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A simple way to get started with swimming

a simple way to get started with swimming

Learning to swim for the first time can feel overwhelming. There are so many things to learn! Each technique is complex and takes time to perfect. It can be frustrating getting going. Continue reading A simple way to get started with swimming

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Reasons why your kick isn’t working

reasons why your kick isn't working

This video explains some common problems with kick technique in each of the swimming strokes. If your kick isn’t going anywhere, this video might help you discover why. Continue reading Reasons why your kick isn’t working

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How far is too far?

how far is too far?

I never thought I would do more than one triathlon. I only agreed to do it in the first place because a friend really wanted to, and I thought that once it was out of the way I’d never have to go through the stress, the training or the nerves again. But once I had the results ticket in my hand, I was surprised to find I was so fired up to try and beat my personal best. Events and challenges can be addictive but when should you say “enough is enough”?

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Set yourself a Challenge

set yourself a challenge

Without a focus, swimming can be a bit boring (though of course it can also be quite meditative and relaxing), so set yourself a challenge to stay motivated, committed to exercising or to push yourself a bit harder than usual. Take a look at some of our suggestions…
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Turnarounds Explained

turnarounds explained

A “turnaround” is a common swim training exercise and worth incorporating into your session especially if you are aiming to improve your speed.

A turnaround consists of a repeated number of sets of a certain distance and a target time in which to swim each set. The target time includes time to rest. Continue reading Turnarounds Explained

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