220 swim coach John Wood explains the best body position for an efficient and effective front crawl
Want to know how to stay afloat when injury is threatening to sink your swim? Dr Catherine Laraman gives you the prevention prescription you need
Here's how to introduce longer interval sets in your swim training to build race endurance for every distance
John Wood explains the most common open water swim sighting mistakes triathletes make and how to put them right
Practise these rotation drills to improve both your stroke efficiency and power
Scan the poolside line-up at any pro swim race and you’ll see the effects swimming can have on the human physique. In short, it tones and strengthens almost every single muscle in the body. Here’s the where and how…
It’s simply fact that swimming is a great sport for all levels of fitness and experience, with myriad physical and mental benefits to be had from time in the pool or open water. Here are just a few reasons why swimming is really good for you…
Will Huub's Alpha become the ultimate entry-level suit for tri?
Thinking about buying a swimskin for those non-wetsuit triathlons? Matt Baird explains how they work and weighs up the pros and cons
Roka enters the thermal wetsuit market with their top-end Maverick Pro Thermal, but does it deliver in cold temperatures? Matt Baird braves some chilly winter waters to find out
A decent triathlon wetsuit is a serious investment and one you don't want to have repeat too often. Oliver Willis explains how long you can expect it to last
Get ready for your open water swim sessions by investing in a swimming robe. Lined with a toasty fleece inner layer, and a waterproof outer, these swimming robes will keep you lovely and warm until you can get inside and changed. Here are 3 of the best
A wetsuit should make everyone faster in the water, whether you’re new to swimming or Michael Phelps, says John Wood. Here he explains why
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