Posts Tagged ‘Stroke Counting’

Why I Count Strokes the Conscious (‘Hard’) Way
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on February 1st, 2014

Earlier this month, TI Coach (and ‘Head Librarian’ of the TI Swim Academy) Mat Hudson wrote a ¬†blog titled¬†Why Count Strokes? I urge you to read it — all the way through. It’s packed with invaluable insight and clear, compelling explanation. At the top, Mat enumerates his reasons for counting strokes. My favorites include: Counting […]

Finding best Stroke Count in Backstroke Too
by Terry Laughlin

Posted on March 23rd, 2011

This practice example shows that add/subtract (or Gears) stroke count sets can be good for Backstroke too.