By paying attention to hand position and wrist angle as you complete the underwater portion of your stroke, you'll be able to access more speed and power.
A How-To For A Purposeful Push-Offs In The Pool
Learn more in this video about how to properly execute the sighting technique in open water.
Vertical kick is one of the best ways to get better at kicking in freestyle, backstroke and butterfly.
This drill isolates your arms one at a time as well as an increased kick rate to maintain and support swim buoyancy. (Note may be done with or without a swim snorkel and or swim fins.)
Counting strokes per lap can is a good training tool for maximizing each stroke and fine tuning your tempo and turnover
Learn to Lead with the Elbow on the Freestyle Recovery
Consistent, quick kicking, combined with a stable body roll, helps you move everything forward when you're swimming freestyle. This drill gives you enough time to work on both.
The Superman drill enhances the outstretched body position of the front crawl stroke. Pausing the stroke to mimic Superman encourages you to lengthen your body position whilst staying streamlined.