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Seven Most Important Aspects Of Freestyle Swimming

posted September 16, 2010 @ 6:07 PM  |  Technique, Tips, and Drills | Triathlon category

Seven tips to improve your swim stroke in time for your next triathlon.

~By Sara McLarty

When you're really hungry and you don't have a lot of money, you go for the value meal. Whether it's a sandwich, a side salad and a drink or whatever, the value meal usually gives you the most calories for the least amount of money.

An oddly similar phenomenon happens during swim training as well: You are hungry for improvement in your swimming yet have a limited budget of time and knowledge to spend on it. It's a sad reality, but most triathletes just don't have the time or money to invest in a good swim coach to watch and correct their strokes. Sometimes the closest thing to a coach available is a spouse, training partner or lane-mate who may share a piece of advice during practice. Athletes training solo can glance over at the faster swimmers and try to mimic their smooth strokes or, as a last resort, one can utilize swim tips from a world-class swimmer in a triathlon magazine

Read on at Triathlete Magazine


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