Pamela Rogers, CCAC, CCTC, Sarasota Sharks Swim Team 1. By logging winter swim hours, you can reduce the risk of injury when the triathlon and open water seasons begin. You will be aquatically fit and prepared if you train in winter. By incorporating a combination of good skills, endurance, anaerobic threshold, and recovery training, you […]
Chatham Health and Swim Club announces two 6-week swim training sessions beginning on January 6th at 5:30PM. The clinics are led by coach Greg Johnson in the club’s newly renovated 5 lane pool. For more information, contact Chatham Health and Swim Club at 508.945.3555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rejoice for the light has returned! … except for those of us who run in the morning :-[ … and thus, we will be rekindling the Wednesday evening group meetups at the Nauset Middle School track beginning this Wednesday, 19 March, at 5:30pm. This week’s run will be a light 3 miles at an easy […]
Need a boost in your winter training? Join CCAC as we swim, bike and run our way through December, January, and February in the USAT National Challenge Competition. This annual contest pits multisport clubs from all over the country up against each other to see who can log the most training miles in the various […]
From Cape Cod & Islands Aquatic Club coach Bob MacDonald, here are training principles tailored for swimmers and triathletes. [The embedded viewer may stumble if you have a stale Google login. If you can’t see the embedded viewer log out and back in to Google or download the Training Principles document directly.] via Capecodathleticclub
In the front crawl, it’s important to emphasize the following: long axis high elbow right angles stroke acceleration the “T” position round off release Watch this video of Sun Yang from the 2012 London Olympic Games.
Watch this video of Rebecca Soni’s 200m breaststroke technique from the 2012 London Olympic games. Shoulders, hips, feet – keeping the sinusoid moving down the pool.