Get your deep-water swim starts right every time…
Get your race off to the best possible start by taking your time to get dressed…
Improve your feel for the water as well as your deep-water starts with this basic but essential drill for swimmers of all abilities.
Use these four exercises to prevent pauses and over-reaching in your front crawl stroke – you’ll save seconds in a few swimming training sessions…
Give your swimming power a shot in the arm (and back, and chest…) with these shortcuts…
Boost your swim fitness and technique, while maintaining bike and run speed. By Phil Mosley.
Get your body position right for front crawl and you’ll save time and energy, says Elizabeth Hufton.
Perhaps the biggest challenge in tri is learning to swim, but taking those first steps made Elizabeth Hufton feel young again…
Move on from breast stroke by practising the basics of freestyle (otherwise known as front crawl) so you’ll be swimming faster by next season, says Elizabeth Hufton.
Build your core strength and stabilise your body during swim/bike/running. 1. Get in line Start the Superman on all fours. The object of it is to perform the movement without shifting your weight to one side or the other so once you’re on all fours, make sure you’re lined up nicely with your knees hip-width […]
Choose the kick rate that works best with your experience level and style, says Paul Newsome.
Finish your swim and get out of the water fast to blitz T1 on the way to a new triathlon PB
Improve pacing and stay calm in open water with these strategies from Dr Izzy Justice and Dinah Mistilis
Heighten your resilience to cold water and improve your swimming in triathlon
How to put your wetsuit on quickly and so the fit is at its best
Karen Pickering MBE, four time World Champion swimmer, shares some open-water tips
Be a stronger, faster swimmer and nail your Ironman from the start with these swimming drills.
Race pool triathlons faster and turbo-charge your training swims by learning how to tumble turn
Improve your catch, breathing and body rotation with this essential swimming drill, says triathlon coach Steve Bailey
These exclusive free Ironman triathlon training plans will help you race faster in your next long-course triathlon event
Our free Ironman 70.3 triathlon training plans will help you race faster in your next half-Ironman race
These exclusive free Olympic-distance triathlon training plans will help get you stronger and faster for your next triathlon
Our free sprint triathlon training plans will get you started in triathlon or hone your sprint-distance speed and fitness
Video: Non Stanford’s top tips on swimming with an arm injury