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  1. How to Stop Goggles From Fogging Up Swimming is an intense, competitive sport. Athletes dedicate countless hours, both in and out of the pool, to improving their time. You set goals for yourself, work with your coach and hone your technique in hopes it will all pay off on race day. When that day finally […]

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  2. How to Prepare for Swim Team Tryouts Swimmers of all ages and abilities will probably encounter swim team tryouts at some point in their lives. Whether it’s for a school swim team or the Olympics, tryouts are a normal part of competitive swimming. And while the tryouts can be a little nerve-wracking, there’s no need […]

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  3. Warm Up: Take 10 minutes to work through your body head to toes! Core Work: 3x 30 seconds Russian Twists 30 second plank 30 second right side plank 30 second left side plank 30 second plank 25 sit ups Lower Body: 2x 1:00 Lunges 1:00 Reverse Lunges 1:00 Streamline Jumps Upper Body: 5x 10 Tricep […]

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  4. Swimming requires a lot of energy and endurance, and nutrition is a cornerstone of performance for any athlete. Some athletes think they can eat whatever they want because they work so hard in practice. Others don’t eat enough because they don’t want to risk losing their progress from their hard work in the pool. However, […]

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  5. Competing in a triathlon requires a lot of mental preparation and willpower. If you’re challenging yourself with one of these events, congratulations! If this is your first time, we’ve got plenty of tips for you to help prepare for the big day. There are multiple types of triathlons, with some being more challenging than others. […]

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  6. How to Choose the Best Open Water Swimming Gear Open water swimming can be a very productive and freeing experience. The pull of open water is a fantastic way to experience more resistance and an effective workout. You’ll be able to connect with nature, work in ample free space, and challenge yourself mentally and physically. […]

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  7. The Science Behind Swim Caps Swim caps aren’t just for competitive swimmers. Realistically, you should wear a swim cap every time you enter the water. People of all ages should wear a swim cap to ensure their safety and make them more visible in the water. Even when you’re just taking a dip at home, […]

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  8. Swim Shorts vs Speedos

    Swimwear falls into one of two categories — competitive swimwear or leisure swimwear. Leisure swimwear is the pair of trunks you buy to wear on vacation, boat trips, or casual swimming and lounging at the pool, lake, or beach. Leisure swimwear does not adhere to a strict set of standards and is designed to be stylish, […]

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  9. Guide to Dryland Swimming Workouts and Products

    Whether you’re a competitive swimmer, lifeguard, or someone hoping to improve their performance in the water, you can do a lot of things on dry land to become a better swimmer. Dryland training for swimmers is a great way to stay in shape, build strength, and balance while minimizing the chances of injuring yourself during a […]

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