Swim DrillsPractising technique is crucial for efficient swimming. If you’re wasting energy by swimming incorrectly, the chances are you’re losing speed. Drill work – focusing on specific elements of your stroke for short periods of time – pays
Finis SwimSense is a swimming watch that counts laps, monitors stroke rate and stroke count, calculates SWOLF efficiency and includes the ability to upload to a personal online training plan.Using the same technology used in Smart phones to detect
You may think you're swimming well but there may be an aspect of your technique you know is not quite right - legs too low in the water, perhaps, or too much bending of the knee. Simply swimming more is not going to address these problems. You need
Speedo has announced today that British triathlete Vanessa Raw will become their latest Speedo Ambassador.Raw, who is a member of the Elite GB Triathlon Team, has had a series of successes including podium places at the 2012 ITU Triathlon Premium Pan American Cup Series, along w...
Some video highlights from the ITU Omegawave World Triathlon that took place in San Diego at the weekend, which saw Alistair Brownlee dominate the men's field in emphatic style whilst Gwen Jorgensen ran her way into the history books becoming the first U.S woman to win an ITU Wor...
you do just that. This workout is designed to:Mobilise the thoracic spine (upper back), which is key for swimming and running.Fire up the core through the active plank position to replicate the bodies position during the swim.Fire up the glutes - often
watertight, comfortable fit, with clear vision.Price range: £15 +2XU race goggles, £15Aquasphere K180, £16.95Speedo Aqua socket goggles, £19.50Zoggs Ultima Air Gold swimming goggles, £18Swim capWhat: Not the most flattering piece of kit, but swim caps stop
years, most notably among people aged 35-44. But these aren’t all aspiring Ironmen, keen to tackle the 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile cycle and 26.2-mile run that comprise the toughest tri on offer. Many are amateur athletes who’ve run themselves into a
You swim, you run, you cycle and you workout at the gym: rather than packing multiple bags, why not just pack one? That’s the idea behind Ogio’s all in one range, ideal for triathletes.Originally a producer of high quality and innovative golfing
-apply because you can’t quite believe you have put enough on (though you probably have). It doesn’t rub off on clothes and stays put even after sweating and swimming – you’ll need soap and water to get it off completely. BodyGlide is a great multi-use option
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