For who? Swimmers, water polo players, divers, triathletes
For what? Functional movement, strength, flexibility, mobility, KAATSU Aqua, recovery, rehabilitation
Olympic swim coach Chris Morgan is the head coach of Gator Swim Club located in Massachusetts. During these times of lockdowns, quarantines, and shelter-in-place and stay-at-home ordinances, Morgan gives backyard pool swimming workouts, Zoom dryland training, and KAATSU Aqua workouts to his 300+ member team.
Morgan discussed in detail how he incorporates KAATSU the original BFR in his pool workouts and how he uses KAATSU equipment at competitive swim meets in this speciality KAATSU interview. He provided examples of specific sets and drills that help his athletes develop their speed, stamina and technical skills in the pool.
1. Specific KAATSU Aqua sets for sprint middle distance and distance freestylers
2. Specific KAATSU Aqua sets for butterflyers backstrokers and breaststrokers
3. Specific drills for starts and turns
4. Specific KAATSU recovery protocols between races and between prelims and finals