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Swim Technique 1.Entry & set up 2.Follow through & pull 3.Finish
Entry & Set Up Fingertip to palm entry Arm extension
Follow Through & Pull Elbow up Straight arm/windmill Pull path “S” Motion?
Finish Range Recovery
Other Areas Head position Hips Kicking
Common Challenges & Corrections Scissor kicking Hip swinging Head lifting Balance & relaxation
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Components of Successful Open Water Fitness – limited cross over Ability to recover while swimming Sets up the bike & run Training program that simulates actual demands
Common Protocol Mistakes Interval distance too short Rest interval too long Improper pace selection Pace selection above ability
Getting Good Good teacher Patience & Persistence Lots of swimming Large time investment
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