The Race Club Releases the First Video in a Dryland Stretching Series

The premier swimming program recently released the first video in a series of three dry land stretching routines. The series focuses on a swimmer’s form and the best way to improve through the pre-workout stretching.

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Accessibility is very important to us and this new dry land pre-workout series is a great addition to our videos we provide already.

Florida Keys, FL (PRWEB) January 28, 2014

The Race Club recently released the first video in a series of three dry land stretching routines. 'Swimming Workouts - Dryland Stretching Exercises' walks viewers through proper stretching techniques to improve a swimmer’s technique.

“We always want to provide our fans and fellow swimmers with high quality training videos to improve their form, technique and overall swimming performance. Accessibility is very important to us and this new dry land pre-workout series is a great addition to our videos we provide already,” stated Gary Hall, owner and coach at The Race Club.

The video, now available on The Race Club website, walks viewers through several crucial stretches, increasing flexibility and power while reducing the chance of injury. Coach Gary Hall walks through each stretch and it’s correlation to the stroke in the pool.

“When swimmers begin to understand how dry land training and stretching correlate to the pool, they take it much more seriously and they will see much better results,” continued Hall.

The five-minute, instructional video is the first part of a three part dry land series. In this first series, Coach Gary Hall reviews streamline form and stretches, flexibility in the shoulder and the importance of shoulder joint as it relates to Swimming. Partner stretches as well as dynamic stretching are reviewed as a key component to a successful dry land workout.

See the just released video: http://www.theraceclub.com/videos/swimming-workouts-dryland-stretching-exercises/.

For more information about The Race Club, please visit http://www.theraceclub.com.

About The Race Club:
Established in 2003, The Race Club is directed and coached by Dr. Hall, a three-time Olympic medalist (1968, 1972, and 1976). Dr. Hall draws on his many years of being an ophthalmologist for his bio-mechanical approach to understanding and coaching the fundamentals of fast swimming techniques. The Race Club offers five swim camps year round for swimmers to come and practice with the best to improve their technique. For more information please visit theraceclub.net or call 877-SWIM-RACE.


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