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Swimming routine to get practice started. System was modified and published by Mark Rauterkus and used in many situations for decades. Inspirational source was at St. Pete in Florida with Coach Mason.

Swimming routine to get practice started. System was modified and published by Mark Rauterkus and used in many situations for decades. Inspirational source was at St. Pete in Florida with Coach Mason.

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Perfect 50

  1. 1. Perfect 50 Routine
  2. 2. Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.
  3. 3. Get into a zone of concentration with a focus only on the starter. Distractions ignored.
  4. 4. Steady start. Grab and keep feet solid.
  5. 5. Streamline in the air. Wrists together before entry into the water.
  6. 6. Kick, swim, breath later. Perfect does not need to be fast.
  7. 7. Head Straight In Red Zones. Hold breath before and after turn.
  8. 8. Final breath before the flags.
  9. 9. Touch under the surface in the middle of lane. One arm forward, other back, twisting on your side.
  10. 10. Show a sign of emotion.
  11. 11. Perfect 50: Be ready. Focus on starter. Dive after beep. Streamline in air. No red zone breathing. Touch on side, on "T," under water. Celebrate finish.

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