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photoEliminate that chlorine smell from your skin.
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photoReceive over 57% off select wetsuits and speedsuits.
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photoUse this redesigned feature of your training logs to keep track of your time and mileage on all of your gear including shoes, bikes, tires, clothes, etc.
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photoCreate goals to help you train and lose weight. Our logger will automatically update your goals.
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photoPart two covers protein after workouts, caffeine usage during racing, the reason for muscle fatigue and general nutrition guidelines.
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photoTop experts in triathlon nutrition answer your common training and race day nutrition questions.
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photoUse these 3 drills to develop a feel of putting your head underwater and exhaling.
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photoVideo of the six/three kick swim drill
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photoThe stomach kick swim drill is a good drill to get balanced properly in the water with your head down, legs up.
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photoNot really a swim drill, but more of a focus on proper catch and pull technique to engage the lats and not the shoulders.
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photoThe single arm drill ensures that you are getting the rotation you need throughout your stroke.
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photoThe catch-up swim drill will allow you to extend each stroke out to it's fullest before hand entry.
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photoThe closed fist drill will ensure that you are pulling with your entire hand and forearm.
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photoThis is a video of the fingertip drag drill used for recovery to promote high elbows upon hand entry.
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