swimming blog In the fast lane

We have all seen competitive swimmers swim with such ease and smoothness. The way their arms move over the water looks like it does not cost them any energy at all. So how do they do it? 

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Body rotation gives us forward momentum, pressure on the water, activates the correct muscles and allows the arm to exit and recover over the water naturally. What have we missed? Nothing. Rotation is key to a smooth freestyle and backstroke.

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Isn’t that what every swimmer wants? Of course it is. However, if you want to swim faster with less effort, you should not start working on your stroke technique or stroke efficiency first. No, you should start with working on your body positioning... read on »

Since water is around 800 times denser than air, your body position should be as high and horizontal as possible in the water to reduce your resistance. Some most asked questions are why our bodies or legs sink in the water? How can you improve your body... read on »

Swimming by yourself can raise an important question – how do I improve my swimming? Without a coach, there is nobody there to comment on your technique or to give you feedback and tips on how to improve. But that’s all in the past with the <... read on »

You are trying to swim longer distances but you get tired after just a few laps? Or ever wondered why your technique is not improving or why you’re not becoming faster over longer distances? Here’s a thought: swim slower!

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