May 20, 2015 2 Comments
West Virginia University post-grad and A3 Performance athlete Bryce Bohman finished 5th in the 100 and 200 backstrokes at the 2014 NCAA Championships placing him 19th All-Time in both events for 2014…In other words, he’s pretty good. Bryce had the success he did not only because of his talent and work ethic but because of his approach and race plan. The 200 backstroke requires a strategic race plan for success. Take a look at Bryce’s top five tips for a faster 200 backstroke and you won’t be disappointed with the results!
The 200 backstroke (and all 200s of stroke) are tough races and many times athletes will psych themselves out before racing, but swimmers need to remember to stick to their OWN race plan that you and your coaches have talked about as well as making sure that you are HAVING FUN IN THE PROCESS! It is not going to be easy, so embrace the pain, get after it, and show everyone all of your hard work is paying off!
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