We’ve all been there: getting into our stride, enjoying our swim and feeling focused before – splutter, panic – it all goes pear-shaped. There’s nothing like a mouthful of water to put you off your stroke.
Improve your technique and not only will you cut more gracefully through the water, but more comfortably and efficiently too, saving you energy which could help you swim faster for longer. Want in? Here are five great tips for improving your technique:
Coach Fred Vergnoux on the small change that could improve your stroke technique.
Want to use swimming to increase your upper body and leg strength and learn how to add resistance training to your pool workout? Former World Champion swimmer and gold medallist, Karen Pickering MBE, shares the expert tips gleaned during twenty years representing Britain at senior level.
Carve out your abs, tone your tummy and strengthen your core with our advice on how to use your swimming session to tone your stomach.
The Aquapulse Max and Aquapure goggles feature IQFit technology, which gives a leak free fit and superior comfort. These goggles are also ideal for triathlons or open water swimming.
Master the art of sculling and learn how it can improve your swimming technique and performance.
Need something to give your fitness an extra edge? Your answer lies in the water…
Discover the stamina-building training tips that will enable you to swim further and faster, as former World Champion swimmer and gold medallist, Karen Pickering MBE, shares the endurance tips gleaned during twenty years representing Britain at senior level.
The aim is to get you using the pool to improve your cycling. Richie does it. And we think it’s safe to say it works for him! Now you can make it work for you.
Born in January 1985, Richie hails from Launceston on the island of Tasmania, and as such, it was probably always going to be the case that swimming would play a major part in his growing up, development and lifestyle.