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Swimming Help For Level 3 - Intermediate

After you master the basics of swimming, it is time to shift to another gear and start improving your technique, swimming more effectively and efficiently. The "Level 3 - Intermediate" is meant to guide you through the plethora of swim movements, training tips, swim analysis, and swim gear. You will further refine your swimming stroke and start swimming faster. So, whether you are a master swimmer or swim just for fun, keep on reading and be ready to work hard.
Breaststroke Pullout 101 (How Champions Do The Breaststroke Pullout) - Swimming Advice

It is well known that the fastest breaststrokers have one of the longest and fastest breaststroke pullouts. If you are not sure what I mean by a pullout, it is basically what happens underwater after the start or the turn, right before the swimmer starts swimming normally. Now, why is that? ...

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How To Improve Your Kicking? (Fun Kicking Drills) - Swimming Advice

In this post, I will discuss a few tips and tricks on how to improve your kick or how to make kicking more fun. Why would I bother you may ask? Well, having both effective and efficient kick is a must-have if you are serious about improving your swimming speed. In fact, without a good kick,...

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Learn To Control Your Breathing (Swim Sets To Improve Your Lung Capacity In Swimming) - Swimming Advice

It is no secret that a swimmer has one of the best lung capacities from all the athletes or at least should have. :) . Having to be accustomed to not be able to breathe whenever you want takes some time getting used to. Here are a few fun ways how you can improve your breath holding ability du...

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New Breaststroke Rule Adopted by FINA - Swimming Advice

Some of you already might have heard that FINA has updated their breaststroke rule to accommodate an underwater dolphin kick during the pullout phase after the initial start or a turn. The rule marked as SW 7.4 clearly states "A single downward dolphin kick followed by a breaststroke kick is perm...

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