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Don’t Snowplow Against the Water — Get Your Midsection Up

By Abbie Fish, Ritter Sports Performance, 09/25/18, 12:00PM CDT

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What all these drills have in common is they force swimmers to manipulate their body to keep their midsection and thighs at the surface and avoid getting into a snowplow position.

As we discussed in Part I of this series, the stronger and more muscular you are the harder it is to float.

As swimmers, we want to make sure we control where our body is located in the water and continue to increase our body awareness.