Swimming Anatomy

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Swimming Anatomy provides a stunning visual perspective on swimmers' muscles and how they are developed. The full-color interior contains over 200 expertly drawn illustrations and anatomically grouped exercises with icons identifying the strokes that will benefit most from each exercise to make you faster in the water.

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bob n

Nov 7, 2010

Make the Laps Count

In the course of swimming laps, one may wonder how to improve for more efficiency. One way to do this is to find a book which illustrates those muscles which are at work during all phases of a specific stroke, i.e., freestyle, breast, back ,and butterfly. This info can help you concentrate on or strengthen with exercises, those muscles which are weak and inefficient. You see the muscles / groups and are given specific ways to develop those muscles / groups, and speaking from experience, it works. It can work for all ages. Book assumes you know how to swim these four strokes. I would highly recommend Swimming Anatomy by Ian McLeod.

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