Beginner Triathlete - Swim articles

author : garyhallsr
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photoWhere does all that power go in the water? And then it dawned on me. What Melody was missing wasn’t the high elbow or the head position or even the slimmer body of Erin. It was the connection.
author : Sara McLarty
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photoThis installment of the BT Swim Series will focus on open water swimming and four drills to help you better prepare for your event.
author : garyhallsr
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photoDoug was one of the few swimming coaches who really appreciated how important swimming technique is and would spend as much or more time with his athletes making sure they got it right.
author : Sara McLarty
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photoThis installment of the BT Swim Series will focus on swimming tools and how best to use them. Includes pull buoys, kickboards, fins, paddles and snorkels.
author : Sara McLarty
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photoThis installment of the BT Swim Series will focus on the four major parts of the arm stroke in freestyle: Catch, Pull, Finish, & Recovery.
author : Sara McLarty
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photoThis installment of the BT Swim Series will focus on being efficient in the water. Learning how to swim smooth and efficiently is important to becoming a great swimmer.
author : 10Kswim.com
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photoLearn what the world's best open water swimmers look for, think about and do during a world-class open water swim and it's implications for triathletes looking to improve the swim leg of their race.
author : Sara McLarty
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photoThis installment of the BT Swim Series will focus on breathing. Before you can swim fast, you must learn how to control your breathing so that easy swimming does not leave you gasping after one lap.
author : Amy Kuitse
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photoIf you are a beginner triathlete training for your first triathlon, this article will show you three key swim workouts that you can use for your triathlon swim training.
author : mikericci
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photoUnlike the running or biking portions which seem to have some long rides or runs as an ongoing part the swimming program involves a lot of shorter intervals with short rests in between. Explain?
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photoIn this third part, Terry Laughlin discusses how to achieve an optimal freestyle stroke and what drills go into developing a good stroke.
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photoWork less to swim better. Part two of this video series covers the principles of active streamlining to swim faster with less effort.
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photoWith stroke improvements I find that when I try and swim long I have lost any speed gains that I had because my stroke count just creeps up and up. I also feel like I'm running out of air.
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photoI've just got back in the pool from a 2 week break and my triceps are killing me the whole time I am swimming. Wondering if someone has any ideas or tips to correct?
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photoWork less to swim better. Part one of this video series covers the philosophy of Total Immersion swimming and looks at some common freestyle swimming misconceptions.
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