Use the next 12 weeks to become a different swimmer. You HAVE to make the most of this time.
Make a change. Don't waste these 12 weeks! Use the time you have AND this course to make a change! Put improving your swimming at the top of your agenda!
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This program is for triathletes that wish to improve their triathlon swim times. There are 2 levels of program to follow but both require you to get to the pool 4 times a week - can you do it? Level 1 swimmers will be currently swimming 400m in more than 8 mins - you will start with 4 sessions of 1200-1600m. Level 2 swimmers, swimming 400m in lessthan 8 mins, will start with 4 sessions of 1800 - 2500m.
We recently came to the end of our October Transform Your Swimming in 12 weeks program and everyone submitted the times for their final swims.
We were totally amazed and delighted by our most improved swimmer from this group, who took an awesome 2 mins and 57 secs off her 400m time.
At the beginning of the program this athlete swam her 400m in 10:10 mins - 12 weeks later her 400 m time was 7:13!
A simply fantastic transformation!
In our current Transform Your Swimming 12 week program, we have two athletes who, within the first eight weeks of the program, have improved their threshold pace by 10-15 seconds per 100 metres.
We are expecting to see some fantastic final swim times from this group!
Also by thetrilife.com: Stroke Builder Swim App
Stroke Builder is the definitive guide to swimming front crawl and correcting faults using swimming drills. The app features videos narrated by our own Great Britain Olympic triathlon coach Dan Salcedo. It is an invaluable tool for developing swimmers and coaches alike.
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You will need:
a) to get a pull buoy and kick board or borrow from the pool
b) to have the commitment and availability to swim 4 times a week
c) access to a 25 m pool (could use a 20 m pool but not ideal)
Focus is on Balance and Streamlining. These are the fundamental elements of a good swim stroke.
For Level 1 swimmers the focus will be on Breathing and Kicking. For Level 2 swimmers focus is on Catch and Pull. Both levels include elements of strength development.
Level 1 swimmers will be begin to develop their Catch and Pull, while continuing to work on streamlining and developing strength.
Level 2 swimmers continued focus on Catch and Pull but with emphasis on strength and speed.
Top 8 in 3 World Triathlon Championships - 4 podium placings in World Cups. Now Welsh Academy coach, Welsh National 10k Champion.