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!
Post 2: Dive and turns
Power up your starts and turns, and tap into your inherent athleticism by adding more jumping and plyometric exercises to your dryland routine.
Post 3: Thoracic Mobility Drills to help improve rotation and symmetry in your freestyle