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The 2 Laws of Torque: Application for Swimming

By Sean Kao.

Torque is simply moment arm multiplied by muscle force, or a rotational force. Kelly’s definition may be slightly ambiguous because he is referring to generating torque specifically within the hip and shoulder capsule to eliminate capsular slack within the socket, which tend.

1st Step of Dry-Land for Youth Swimmers

By Deniz Hekmati.

Figure 2, by Kreamer and colleagues, illustrates an overlook on neuromuscular development throughout an athletic lifetime. It is clear that a young athlete should first and foremost have fun. If a balance can be found between fun and instructive, we can be setting young swimmers up for an intense teenage era of training.