Dryland Training - 5-18 years old Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics Coach Scott Shea
Choosing your Dryland Identify your dryland needs - 4 Step Plan Acknowledge your strengths and weaknesses Define your time parameters
Identify Needs Every team needs Athletes Step 1 @ 5-8 years Swimmers need to be coordinated athletes with body awareness and control encourage multi sport play -swim 3x/week Dryland 3x/week (10-20min)
Identify Needs - Step 1 - 5-8 year old Athletes Create necessary motor coordination - Play, Play, Play Running, Jumping, Crawling, Tumbling (Gymnastics) Level 1 - Forward Roll Standing Legs Crossed Roll to Stand Roll Leap turn Repeat Level 2 - Shoulder/Dive Roll Rolling Alternate Shoulders Walk into roll Run into roll Dive over object Run jump roll Additional Gymnastic Movements Side Rolls, Leap Frog, Wheel Barrows, Head Stands, Cartwheels, Round off, Handstands, Walking Handstands
Every team needs Athletes Step 2 @ 8-10 years Swimmers need to be coordinated athletes with body awareness and control encourage multi sport play - swim 3-4x/week Best athletes we get ‘later’ in our sport come from BMX, Skateboarding, Gymnastics, Ballet Dryland 4x/week (15-30min) General Physical Preparedness (GPP)
Identify Needs - Step 2 - 8-10 year old Athletes At this stage we are continuing the development of body awareness and now we are starting to build general fitness and body strength. GPP! Body weight - no equipment needed Plank - work to holding proper position for up to a minute Push-up - can progress - wall/box/knees/plank Pull-up - can progress - row/invert/jump/kip/strict Jump Rope - singles/double under/backwards/running Run - no shoes. promote proper form Kettle-bell - Teaching movements keep KB light Goblet Squat, Sumo Squat, Swing, Farmers Walk, Bottom up walk, Waiters walk, ‘Batwing’ row, One arm bench
Every team needs Athletes Step 3 @ 10-14 years Swimmers need to be coordinated athletes with body awareness and control Prepare Movements for Senior Training Lots of GPP! Dryland 4-5x/week (20-40min)
Identify Needs - Step 3 - 10-14 year old Athletes What is General Physical Preparedness? GPP's focus is on eliminating weaknesses from athletes and creating people are more prepared to go after their Sport Specific Training (SST) goal. GPP is there to build overall general conditioning and minimize weaknesses. Athlete goal is to increase physical capabilities in EVERY area
Identify Needs - Step 3 - 10-14 year old Athletes - Junior Group Teach Lifts - Zero or Very Light Deadlift Clean Press Front Squat Dryland Schedule Monday - GPP Tuesday - Yoga Wednesday - Game/Off Thursday - GPP Friday - Game/GPP
Every team needs Athletes Step 4 @ 14-18 years Swimmers need to be coordinated athletes with body awareness and control Less GPP, Develop to Sport Specific Needs Dryland 5x/week (60min) Dryland should COMPLIMENT swimming, not keep you from swimming
Identify Needs - Step 4 - 14-18 year old Senior Swimming Athletes Senior Group Dryland Monday - GPP @ specific time domain Tuesday - Pilates (Core/Balance/Strength) Wednesday - GPP @ specific time domain Thursday - Game Day Friday - Yoga Saturday - Dryland off Senior Group Weight Supplement 3x/Week of additional - HS Sr/Jr swimmers as needed - Keep movements simple
Identify Needs - Step 4 - 14-18 year old Senior Swimming Athletes GPP examples Long 12-25min 5 rounds for time of 5 HSPU 5 Thrusters 5 knees to elbows 5 burpees 5 DBS 5 pull ups 5 Physio Ball Passover ‘Fight Gone Bad’ 3 x (5 min rounds, 1min rest) 1min of each exercise Wall Ball Row (for Calories) Push Press Box Jumps Sumo Deadlift GPP examples Short 5-12min 5 Rounds 10 Walking lunges (25-60 lbs) 3 Max Distance Broad Jumps 40m sprint (20 out touch/20 back 90 Sec Rest Max Rounds in 11min (2min work 1min rest) 5 pull ups 5 push ups 10 squats ‘Fran’ 21-15-9 Thrusters/Pull ups
Identify Needs - Step 4 - 14-18 year old Senior Swimming Athletes Yoga Pilates Stretches and Strengthens muscles Muscle length will allow for more growth and recovery. Works Strength, Connection, and Balance Strengthens and Lengthens muscles Ideal for connection - center to extremities Works Strength, Connection, Coordination, Balance
Identify Needs - Step 4 - 14-18 year old Senior Swimming Athletes Game Day One of the most important days of the week! Games should incorporate athleticism, fun, and lots of activity Games of Choice Sofa Round Ball Capture the Flag Tag (various)
Identify Needs - Step 4 - 14-18 year old Senior Swimming Athletes Warm up Supplemental Weights All movements are learned in regular dryland and must be done correctly BEFORE SW Week Monday Tuesday 15min - row/jog/jump, mobility Work in 2 sets of lighter weight movement Full recovery between sets Wednesday Thursday Oct 8 Squat 3x5 5lbs Bench 3x5 5 Squat 3x5 5 Press 3x5 5 PWR CL 5x3 PR Strict Pull Up 3xMax Rep r1min Oct 15 Squat 3x5 5lbs Bench 3x5 5 Squat 3x5 5 Press 3x5 5 Deadlift 5RM 10lbs Squat 3x5 5 Press 3x5 5 Friday PWR CL 5x3 PR Strict Pull Up 3xMax Rep r3min Oct 22 Squat 3x5 5lbs Bench 3x5 5 Oct 29 Squat 3x5 5 Press 3x5 2.5 Deadlift 5RM 10lbs Squat 3x5 5lbs Bench 3x5 5 Nov 5 Squat 3x5 5 Press 3x5 2.5 PWR CL 5x3 PR Strict Pull Up 3xMax Rep r2min squat 3x5 5lbs Bench 3x5 5 Saturday Sunday Squat 3x5 5lbs Bench 3x5 5
Acknowledge your strengths and weaknesses In Case of Weakness Take seminars or get certified if you can. AXIS, Crossfit (Football, Kids), Starting Strength, etc. Find local professionals that can help. We use Pilates, Yoga, and other Training Professionals Most Professionals will welcome the exposure Do the movements and, at LEAST, a little of the training yourself (you can still do this).
Define Your Time Parameters 5-8 Years Old 10-20min, 3x/week 8-10 Years Old 15-30min, 3x/week 10-14 Years Old 20-40min, 4x/week 14-18 Years Old 60min , 5x/week There is an idea of adding dryland work to pool work During Warm up to add connectivity Proprioception Connecting Mind and Body for Swim tasks If you don’t have time in the pool Dryland is a great supplement If you do have time in the pool. Focus on skill building
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