Swimmer start (alternating)

Level: 1 2 3


Starting position:

Standing facing away from the anchor point

Strap length:


Functional classification:



Feet together. Slings under arms, grip at hip level.
Bend arms at elbows, tilt body forward;
Take a step back, feet hip-width apart, resting on toes;
Take your right foot back;
Do a half squat with support on your toes, body tilted;
On exit, in a jump on the spot, extend your supporting leg, bring your left leg back.
Back straight, abs tensed.

Recommended load:


Benefits of exercise

The swimmer starts 3 levels in turn on the FISIO functional loops in a jump.

This exercise requires the activation of a large number of muscles, including the muscles of the legs, especially the lower leg, buttocks, cortex and upper body. It helps to develop strength and flexibility in all these areas. A squat with a larger amplitude allows you to add mobility in the hip and ankle joints. Swinging your foot backwards puts extra stress on your buttocks. A squat jump develops a number of physical indicators, including the strength and height of the jump, sprinting speed, and endurance.