There are several basic factors to improve triathletes' swimming, but they should be taken in a certain order to achieve the best results.Once we are in the water and we are nearly weightless, which is unfamiliar. Just as astronauts practice in a weightless environment, we need to learn to work with our very lightweight bodies. Because we don't weigh much in the water, it's hard to feel what is happening with our bodies.According to Coach Gerry Rodrigues, in the podcast, if you look at faster swimmers in the pool, their bodies are straight and firm, and the slower swimmers are more floppy and soft. This half hour podcast by Tower 26 is available through a partnership between BeginnerTriathlete.com and Tower 26.Putting power onto a floppy structure is a waste. It's important to establish good swimming posture first. The steps to do that are:
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