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  • Posted On: 06-25-14, 6:42 am (EDT) #1

    Bodyweight training for swimming/waterpolo.

    June 25, 2014, 6:42 am

    This last days I decided that I want to focus more my training into my sports (swimming) and also the next year I'm looking to enter into a waterpolo professional team. My question is if someone could give me some help about this type of training. I have search and most of the time the routines are with weights and I'm trying to find a calisthenics/bodyweight routine because i want to train during holidays and I won't probably have a gym. I will also combine that dryland training with some training in the pool.

     

    Thanks.

  • Posted On: 07-02-14, 7:22 am (EDT) #2

    Bodyweight training for swimming/waterpolo.

    July 2, 2014, 7:22 am

    Swimming, that's hard to think a routine for. I think swimming is the best training for swimming:P, but that wasn't your question. I think back, shoulders and your core are the most important parts to focus on (correct me if I'm wrong). Push ups and pull ups are always great exercises which you can do almost everywhere. Scott has al lot of awesome ab exercises on his youtube channel. And try to do some supermans for your lower back. For your upper back you can try to find some bar or ropes to do some kind of high bar row or face pulls with for trying to mimic this:.

  • Posted On: 07-04-14, 8:36 pm (EDT) #3

    Bodyweight training for swimming/waterpolo.

    July 4, 2014, 8:36 pm
    Posted by: kevinkoprol

    Swimming, that's hard to think a routine for. I think swimming is the best training for swimming:P, but that wasn't your question. I think back, shoulders and your core are the most important parts to focus on (correct me if I'm wrong). Push ups and pull ups are always great exercises which you can do almost everywhere. Scott has al lot of awesome ab exercises on his youtube channel. And try to do some supermans for your lower back. For your upper back you can try to find some bar or ropes to do some kind of high bar row or face pulls with for trying to mimic this:.

    Right on brotha!

     

    You should be focusing on ENDURANCE. Have you seen my bodyweight routines? I will put one below for you to see! #HTH

     

    Just add more rounds to make the routine more intense! #SHFAthlete

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