Dan Graham, co-founder of Nile Swimmers, talks about delivering change in developing communities and, how just five simple tips will help us all stay safe in and around water.
The spear drill involves maintaining a solid breaststroke streamlined position and feeling your way through an effective pull of the arms.
The breakout drill is a tough but effective exercise that helps improve breathing and your breaststroke technique.
In Sudan, people rely on the waters of the Nile for cooking, drinking, washing, fishing, agriculture and industry. The river brings life but it also takes it away. It is unclear how many people in Sudan drown each year but it seems that everyone knows a family member or close friend who has drowned.
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This drill will help improve your breaststroke technique by increasing your feel of the water.
This drill allows you to focus on your arms, helping you to develop greater technique, strength and accuracy by minimising leg movements.
The expanding drill helps establish timing and a feel for the water with your arms.
This drill helps you improve the coordination and timing of your stroke.
The tombstone drill kick involves holding the float in the front kicking position but with a twist to make it harder.