When you improve your swimming you will have accomplished something very special.
Designed for Beginner triathletes who are looking to improve their swimming fitness, the primary goal of this training plan is to ENHANCE YOUR swimming.
Over the next few weeks I’ll post a series of workouts to assist you to improve your swimming. These sessions are targeted towards beginners who are just getting started with swimming, but can comfortably swim a few lengths without stopping.
This session is based on Chris Sanson’s favourite swim workout. Read more about how he does this session in this Qwik-View here.
The session is a great way to develop your ability to ride a steady state for about 90km (like a half Ironman or 70.3) and be capable of responding to surges.
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