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Yes, you can swim faster without having to train for years! Here's how!

Do you love swimming so much that you want to start competing?

When getting ready for their first competition, many people change the focus of your training and work on swimming as fast as they can.

But if your swimming technique isn't perfect, simply flailing your arms around faster won't make you a better swimmer. This book will explain how to improve your swimming technique and speed at the same time - without the need to train for years.

This book will help you:

  • Unlearn bad swimming techniques and swim like a pro
  • Choose the best swimming stroke for your goals
  • Create a personalized training plan to speed up progress
  • Master the exercise drills used by pro swimmers
  • Optimize your nutrition to provide your body with the best fuel

With this book, you'll become a faster swimmer in a matter of weeks!

Buy today!

©2020 Miriam Fast (P)2020 Eleanor Webb

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I could see everyone swimming around me while I slowly waded through the water. I was noticing all of the kids enjoying their hot summer day taking the time to cool off at the swimming pool and getting the most enjoyment out of it. You could see them smiling, laughing, splashing, jumping and swimming around in the cool blue water

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At the middle of the pool on the right side there was a short bluish green slide for the shallow end of the pool and another bigger gray slide with water rushing down it for the middle part of the pool.

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Swimming keeps you healthy. It is even good for knee pains and back pain. Even doctor suggests people who are suffering with knee pains and back pain. People swim and feel relaxed after swimming,

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The second error is reducing the amount of recovery between swims on the first workout. Triathletes often feel that the least amount of rest during a set, the better. Not this time. You need the recovery so you can go fast.

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Before launching into the workouts, you need to know the two biggest mistakes that can be made in these workouts. The first error is not going fast when it's time to go fast. You must have a noticeable difference between your steady pace and your fast pace.

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Swimmers should also work their abdominal muscles in a short workout several times a week.

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Swimmers looking for an edge in the water should look to the road or even the trail. It doesn't matter, as long as they're running.

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If your kick still isn't getting you anywhere, you may be "kicking from your knees." In other words, you may be bending them too much so they flail instead of helping you power forward.

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The first few meters are easy and pleasant. You glide gracefully through the water, following the black lane line and in tune with your inner dolphin.

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Exercise is important for ones physical and mental health and being fit makes one hale and hearty. With summer setting in, swimming is the best exercise to beat the heat.

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Swimming, in recreation and sports, the propulsion of the body through water by combined arm and leg motions and the natural flotation of the body.

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I have also won some medals and prizes in junior swimming championship on local level.

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Because on the first day I gulped a lot of water, sank a couple of times, and some water entered my nose as well. However, Nits persuaded me to continue, and soon I began to enjoy swimming.

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Swimming changed the way I am because I became more confident in myself. I also started setting goals. I became a better student because I learned how to focus.

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  • 29-07-20

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When they point their feet and break the water, they know where the surface of the water is and can keep the kick where it should be.

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  • 29-07-20

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Test the theory yourself: Porter often has athletes kick with their feet at a 90-degree angle to their shins. Sometimes, they even move backward in the pool.

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That means allowing your feet to point like a ballerina and letting them break the surface of the water, says competitive swimmer Drew Porter, founder and owner of Quixotic Racing.

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  • Cameron K Tyler
  • 29-07-20

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There are hundreds of ways to improve your stroke and learn how to swim faster. But you should start by streamlining your body, getting a good hold on the water, and practicing these often-overlooked techniques.