|Camp-Clinic||Jan 12, 2015||JCC Youth Clinic level 1||Tucson, Arizona||Pending|
|Camp-Clinic||Jan 12, 2015||JCC Tucson Youth Clinic L1S1||Tucson, Arizona||USAT SANCTIONED|
|Camp-Clinic||Jan 15, 2015||Pre-Season Palm Springs Tri Camp||Palm Springs, California||USAT SANCTIONED|
|Camp-Clinic||Jan 15, 2015||AJB Coaching Tri Camp||Clermont, Florida||USAT SANCTIONED|
|Camp-Clinic||Jan 15, 2015||BAM St. George training camp 1||St. George, Utah||USAT SANCTIONED|
|Race||Short||Jan 17, 2015||InCydeman Indoor Triathlon – Collegiate|
Here’s an Article From U.S. Masters Swimming about the wearables impact on the swimmers performance levels.
These are great tips for those who like to swim for fitness!
Swimming dives head-first into high-tech, social training
For the past several years, swimming has been a showcase for how profound an impact technology can have on a sport; remember all that racing-suit technology that made such a stir a few years ago? Despite those record-breaking advances, swimming has lagged steadily behind other sports when it comes to the recent explosive growth of wearables and fitness tracking.
Sports such as running and cycling have developed engaged and dedicated communities of users who are tracking, sharing, and compe...Read More
These are swim toosl from the triathlete magazine. Check out these tips on the swimming part of your Triathlon race. Each needs it’s own training and these are great ways to improve your swimming skills!
Pro triathlete and swim coach Anna Cleaver shares the items in her swimming gear bag, and explains how each tool can benefit triathletes.
“There are training tools that are essential, but most are ‘nice to haves,’” says Cleaver. “It is more important that the athlete knows why he or she is using a specific aid, and using it in the parts of their session where they will get the most benefit. While I have updated the equipment, what is in my swimming gear bag has not changed in the past 15 years. I keep it simple,” she says.
Her gear bag has two sets of paddles...