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Becoming a Faster Swimmer, Volume 2

Backstroke

by Tom Jager

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In this informative video, five-time Olympic Gold Medalist Tom Jager teaches a young swim team how to become successful competitive backstroke swimmers. Jager presents a progressive system of techniques, training methods, and drills designed to develop the most efficient backstroke possible. The topics covered in this program include: streamlining, body-positioning, kicking techniques, head position, arm and hand positions, developmental drills, common errors and corrections, and more. About the Instructor: For nearly a decade, Tom Jager was the world record holder in the 50 Meter Freestyle. Tom competed in the 1984, 1988, and 1992 Olympic games, and earned five Gold Medals, one Silver Medal, and one Bronze Medal. Currently, Tom is the head coach for the women's swimming team at the University of Idaho.


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Publisher: SportVideos.com

Streaming video

  • Release date: February 9, 2016
  • Duration: 00:40:20
  • Number of parts: 1

  • Public Performance: Not permitted

  • 1 of 1 copy available

    Formats

    Streaming video

    subjects

    Instructional

    Languages

    English

    In this informative video, five-time Olympic Gold Medalist Tom Jager teaches a young swim team how to become successful competitive backstroke swimmers. Jager presents a progressive system of techniques, training methods, and drills designed to develop the most efficient backstroke possible. The topics covered in this program include: streamlining, body-positioning, kicking techniques, head position, arm and hand positions, developmental drills, common errors and corrections, and more. About the Instructor: For nearly a decade, Tom Jager was the world record holder in the 50 Meter Freestyle. Tom competed in the 1984, 1988, and 1992 Olympic games, and earned five Gold Medals, one Silver Medal, and one Bronze Medal. Currently, Tom is the head coach for the women's swimming team at the University of Idaho.


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