Beginner Triathlete - Swim articles

author : t3coach1
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photoIn this second part, Kevin Crossman will go over several drills that you can do with the Vasa Ergometer.
author : t3coach1
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photoKevin Crossman of T3 Coaching reviews the Vasa Ergometer Swim Bench. Includes assembly, setup, features, warmup drills and some bonus time-trial footage.
author : t3coach1
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photoLooking to shave some time off and improve your swim efficiency during your races? We review the Rocket Skin Suit by Rocket Science Sports.
author : Ontherun
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photoOne of the things that set ProMotion above some of the other suits is there ability to modify a suit when necessary. ProMotion wants a suit to fit right off the rack. This is a solid suit.
author : Coach AJ
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photoWe review the Halo Swim Trainer and how it can help the 'high elbow catch' part of your swim stroke along with your swimming tempo.
author : Ontherun
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photoThis suit is a mid temperature suit, well suited for a variety of temperatures. The price on this suit was on the higher side of the group tested, but the fit and performance is very good.
author : Ontherun
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photoIn part 3 of this series on mid-range fullsuits, we review the Neo Sport Sprint fullsuit for comfort, warmth, buoyancy and performance.
author : Ontherun
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photoIn part 2 of this series on mid-range fullsuits, we review the De Soto Black Pearl Bibjohn & Pullover combination for comfort, warmth, buoyancy and performance.
author : Ontherun
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photoThe first video in this series will go through some wetsuit basics: what is a triathlon wetsuit, different styles, rules for racing with a wetsuit and wetsuit care and fit.
author : Ron
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photoThis is a 'first impressions' review of the Fit2Race Sockeye Fullsuit. From a first wetsuit point-of-view, I was able to dramatically improve my pace over non-wetsuit swims.
author : Ron
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photoTriathletes are not invincible. Some of us like to think we are, but that is just not true. Anything can happen to us in open water. So why not make sure you are prepared for an emergency?
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