Beginner Triathlete - Swim articles

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photoLearn about the different styles of triathlon wetsuits, how to choose one and why it is beneficial to have one.
author : Ontherun
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photoThe first video in this series will go through some wetsuit basics: what is a triathlon wetsuit, different styles, rules for racing with a wetsuit and wetsuit care and fit.
author : TriSports.com
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photoWetsuit guide for triathletes - manufacturers, sizing and maintenance.
author : DominiqueL
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photoEnter the new TYR X-Sight goggles. The X-Sights have been designed with a flexible nose bridge that (surprise, surprise) is shaped like an “X”.
author : Ontherun
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photoIn part 2 of this series on mid-range fullsuits, we review the De Soto Black Pearl Bibjohn & Pullover combination for comfort, warmth, buoyancy and performance.
author : t3coach1
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photoLooking to shave some time off and improve your swim efficiency during your races? We review the Rocket Skin Suit by Rocket Science Sports.
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photoYour wetsuit is a substantial investment, and proper care will extend its life considerably.
author : DominiqueL
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photoThe Elite wetsuit was redesigned four times before going to the market in order to maximize its benefits. Does all this speed come at the expense of comfort? I had to find out.
author : Iron MaYden
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photoProvided one was proficient in setting up the different functions of the Lap Track, I think that a short-course triathlete would benefit most from this, since it only records splits up to 50 laps.
author : Ontherun
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photoIn part 3 of this series on mid-range fullsuits, we review the Neo Sport Sprint fullsuit for comfort, warmth, buoyancy and performance.
author : DominiqueL
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photoThe thought of being able to listen to music while turning laps was enough for me to give this a shot, but I had some reservations. Was it heavy? How good is the sound?
author : bostic
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photoSwimming has one of the cheapest gear requirements out there. If there’s one necessity any beginner triathlete can’t do without in the pool it’s a good, reliable set of goggles.
author : Ron
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photoThis is a 'first impressions' review of the Fit2Race Sockeye Fullsuit. From a first wetsuit point-of-view, I was able to dramatically improve my pace over non-wetsuit swims.
author : marmadaddy
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photoThe DVD assumes little-to-no experience with competitive swimming and starts off in the pool citing the need to build confidence in a controlled environment.
author : DominiqueL
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photoThis company has quietly introduced the Inflatable Foot Rinse. It’s lightweight, portable, and solves all of the issues inherent in the ubiquitous plastic bucket.
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