Interesting and information on swimming techniques, drills and workouts to help the athlete improve
In this first principle, your goal is to breathe using your diaphragm while being calm and relaxed in the water. Your diaphragm is a dome-shaped muscle located at the base of your lungs.
Swimming in open water can be stressful, but not if you’ve practiced these key skills. Find out how to sight, breathe, and swim straight no matter what.
Tackle early season swim fitness with these two workouts from pro triathlete Matt Chrabot that emphasize max efforts over shorter distances.
Swim training provides many benefits for triathletes, and at various times of the year it’s worth increasing swim yardage.
One of the biggest barriers to entry in the sport of triathlon is open-water swimming. Help your athletes get more comfortable in the water with these tips.