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Things to Work on for My Swim

Ever wonder what the life-guards are thinking when you are doing your early morning swim workout?  I always did. Well… Today I found out and it wasn’t pretty. I trust this kid, he is a lean 25 year old grad

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Triathletes and Competitive Swimmers: “All They Share is Water” by Terry Laughlin

Click here to watch and listen to Terry Laughlin’s thoughts on this subject. Over 90% of age group triathletes come to the sport with no formal background in swimming. And yet the long-distance, open-water swimming you’re trying to master is

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KETTLEBELL EXERCISES (Part 3 of 3)

Click here for the original article Kettlebells are all bells, no whistles. Resembling a mini bowling ball with a handle, kettlebells are great for cardio, strength, and flexibility training. Start by picking up the weight of your choice — women

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KETTLEBELL EXERCISES (Part 2 of 3)

Click here for the original article Kettlebells are all bells, no whistles. Resembling a mini bowling ball with a handle, kettlebells are great for cardio, strength, and flexibility training [1] [2] [3]. Start by picking up the weight of your

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KETTLEBELL EXERCISES (Part 1 of 3)

Click here for the original article Kettlebells are all bells, no whistles. Resembling a mini bowling ball with a handle, kettlebells are great for cardio, strength, and flexibility training [1] [2] [3]. Start by picking up the weight of your

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BYOB: Master the Art of the Pull Buoy

Post by Sergio Borges | IronMan Website The pull buoy—that funny little piece of foam you stick between your legs when swimming—is a common point of contention among triathletes. Have you ever been told that swimming with one is addictive and

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