Train Daly: May

Post 1:  Core Stability and Shoulder Mobility

You can’t shoot a cannon out of a canoe. The more stable your core (canoe) the more mobile and powerful your cannons (arms and legs)

These dryland drills combine core stability with shoulder mobility setting the foundation for a powerful upper body stroke.

Suggestion for all exercises below: 4 sets of 6 repetitions each side.

Remember to do it slowly and with full focus. If  6 repetitions each side seems too hard and you cannot do all repetitions with good quality, we suggest fewer repetitions. Quality over quantity!

Dan Daly showing an stability exerciseDan Daly showing shoulder mobility exerciseDan Daly showing a core exercise 

Post 2:  Dive and turns

Dan Daly jumping into the water

Power up your starts and turns, and tap into your inherent athleticism by adding more jumping and plyometric exercises to your dryland routine.

Dan Daly showing how to jump far

Dan Danly doing a flip turn

Dan Daly showing how to jump high

Post 3: Thoracic Mobility Drills to help improve rotation and symmetry in your freestyle 

Da Daly showing how to do exercise for shoulder mobility

Dan Daly showing another exercise for shoulder mobility using a stretch band pull across his chest
Dan Daly showing another exercise for shoulder mobility while laying flat on the ground

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"Ich konnte nicht spüren, dass ich eine Schwimmbrille trug"

Daniel Skaaning, 3x Olympionike