Freestyle is the most common of all swimming style but it is important to learn all strokes if you want to be a great swimmer. In this informative program, Olympic and world champion Tom Jager provides advice and techniques on becoming a better freestyle swimmer. He discusses the use of sculling, stretching and concentrating on learning to be a good slow swimmer first in order to develop good habits. Using demonstrated drills, swimmers are encouraged to practice and develop correct styles to improve performance. This is an excellent resource for coaches of all ages and experience levels for developing faster freestyle swimming.