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Open Water Swimming

Open Water Swimming

Sixth Of The Series - Starting With Triathlon Tips for Open Water Swimming   A swimmer in the open water is essentially a displacement vessel. The bow wave created by a swimmer has forward and lateral movement. These waves move at an angle relative to the direction of the swimmer and are based on the swimmer's speed and size. There are three key facts to keep in mind: The faster the lead swimmer, the better your draft will be with all other things equal. The physically larger the lead swimmer,…

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Swim Drills

Swim Drills

Third With Series - Starting With Triathlon   Whether you are just getting started with triathlon or you’ve been doing for years, working on improving your swim technique is one of the most important things you can do. Focusing on technique drills helps you swim faster, get a better workout, burn more calories, reduce your chance of injury, and of course have more fun in the water! These 5 swimming drills are perfect for beginner swimmers: What is a swimming drill? A drill is an exercise done specifically to help your swimming technique.…

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