In this episode, I’m joined by none other than Matt Kredich! Matt is the head coach of the men’s and women’s team at the University of Tennessee. A few of Matt’s accolodades include coaching Olympian Christine Magnuson and being name the SEC Women’s Coach of the Year, twice!
In this episode, Matt shares about critical thinking for swim coaches, as well as his views on biomechanics and swimming training.
IN THIS EPISODE, YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT:
- How coaches can be innovative.
- What the University of Tennessee does for critical thinking.
- Up and coming trends on biomechanics.
- Matt’s views on USRPT and other high-intensity training.
LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
- University of Tennessee
- Matt Kredich 4-Pack Championship Productions
- Matt Kredich All Access Butterfly Championship Productions
- HIT, HIIT, USRPT, Traditional Training
- How to Review Swimming Research Part I
- How to Review Swimming Research Part II
- Relay Start Technique
- Top Arm Breakout During Swimming Turn
- Matt Kredich Twitter
- Matt Kredich Facebook
THANKS FOR LISTENING!
Thanks for joining me for this episode. I know the conversation broke up a few times and I apologize, I’m still very new with this! If you have any tips, suggestions, or comments about this episode, please be sure to leave them in the comment section below.
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It was such a pleasure to have Matt on the Swimming Science Podcast. See you next time!
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