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8 Hacks To Prevent Foggy Goggles | Swimming Tips For Triathlon

8 Hacks To Prevent Foggy Goggles | Swimming Tips For Triathlon

– Foggy goggles is one of the most annoying things about swimming. And there’s so many myths out there as to how to stop this happening. – Yeah, you may well have heard of using saliva, buying special solutions, or rinsing out in water, and so many more. But which ones really work? – Well, …

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The Pull – How To Swim Front Crawl | Freestyle Swimming Technique

The Pull – How To Swim Front Crawl | Freestyle Swimming Technique

– Today I’m at Team Bath and I’m going to be talking you through the pool phase of the front crawl stroke, which is the propulsive phase of the stroke. This is simply the part in which your hand and your arm are pulling against the water directly beneath our bodies. And if you get …

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4 Ways To Improve Freestyle Kick | Front Crawl Swimming Tips For Triathletes

4 Ways To Improve Freestyle Kick | Front Crawl Swimming Tips For Triathletes

– Today, I’m at Team Bath and I’m going to be explaining how to improve your freestyle kick. You see, without a kick, or an effective kick, your freestyle stroke will more or less just fall apart. It’s not only crucial for the propulsion of your stroke but also for the balance and rotation within …

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Why Should You Swim With Hand-Paddles? | Swim Stronger In Your Next Triathlon

Why Should You Swim With Hand-Paddles? | Swim Stronger In Your Next Triathlon

– Right Mark it is time to whack some paddles on. – Yep, you see these hanging around at the end of every pool nowadays, it’s like every man and their dog has a set of these. And you might be wondering what they are and how to use them. – Yeah these bits of …

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Shoulder Pain When Swimming? | How To Avoid Swimmers Shoulder

Shoulder Pain When Swimming? | How To Avoid Swimmers Shoulder

– Your shoulders do a lot of the work in swimming. You have a huge range of movement at the shoulder and it’s quite a significant force, repetitively, for every stroke of front crawl. Therefore it’s no surprise that problems in the shoulder area, are the most common injuries for swimmers. Well, we’re gonna be …