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Click on my Guide to Swimming link for training plans, tips & drills to help you improve your open water swimming for a triathlon.

 

Or if you fancy something different in the Guide to Life link you will also find tips, training plans and blogs on useful things like 'how to become better at cooking'.

June 18, 2018

Having mobility in your shoulders will not only help with your technique and power in your stroke, it will also improve your shoulders muscle and joint health.

The shoulder joint sacrifices stability for mobility, resulting in being one of the most mobile joints in...

January 1, 2018

New year, new me right? 

Here are my thoughts on how I am going to improve in my swimming and stay focused.

1. Plan your workouts

More than usual I go for a swim not having thought out my session before I jump in. As I have not been training for events I haven't been foll...

November 26, 2017

One of the hardest things to improve on in your front crawl stroke is your leg kick. 

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or intermediate, the legs are the part my swimmers tend to have the most trouble with.

If you are one of those swimmers that moves pretty well in...

November 12, 2017

When performing stroke analysis on my clients I pick up on similar mistakes and issues with swimmers.

Here are a few common mistakes I see:

1. Crossing over

This is a big problem when you start swimming in open water, as this means you will not be able to swim in a strai...

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