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As offered by the MSP, here are some additional dryland drills you can do if you have a band.

Dryland Swim Drills

In addition, as we are going to talk about in our Injury Prevention online webinar, it is not as much what you are doing as how you are doing these drills that matter.  Be sure to engage your core and gluts before doing each repetition of the drill. If you lose this engagement, reengage before you start the drill/repetitions again.

This is how you train and condition your neuromuscular system (and not just doing the exercises that only train the ‘muscular’ system).  The key to minimizing your risk for injury (and getting stronger and faster) is ensuring you are training your neuromuscular system.  Listen in on Tuesday evening when we dive into this concept further.