Kiefer Swim Shop Blog
Today we are going to talk about breaststroke and how you can improve your speed.
Welcome back to Kiefer’s speed improvement series. We started last week with butterfly moving on to backstroke. Getting faster now.
There is almost always something you can do today to feel and be faster in the water. For those of you after quick results here you go!
Looking for a faster butterfly? Check out Emily Milak’s advice for a faster Butterfly stroke.
Looking for safer, more enjoyable swimming in open water? Check out Robin Kiefer’s review of the Safer Swimmer Open Water Swim Buoy.
According to the U.S. department of Health and Human services, two and a half hours per week of aerobic physical activity (such as swimming) can significantly reduce the risk of chronic illness and disease.