Beginner Triathlete - Swim articles

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 : 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 : 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 : 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 : Ron
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photoTriathletes are not invincible. Some of us like to think we are, but that is just not true. Anything can happen to us in open water. So why not make sure you are prepared for an emergency?
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 : 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.
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 : 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 : 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 : TriSports.com
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photoWetsuit guide for triathletes - manufacturers, sizing and maintenance.
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