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Swimming Faster: My Tips for Achieving a High-Elbow Swim Stroke

Looking to swim faster? Practicing a high-elbow set is a great way to achieve a better swim stroke. Use these easy tips of what I like to call my "Four Eyeballs of Form in Swimming" to help your swim stroke. https://youtu.be/vDa8lhh8GAw

By | April 16th, 2019|Articles, FINIS, HUUB, Swim, Training, Training Articles|Comments Off on Swimming Faster: My Tips for Achieving a High-Elbow Swim Stroke

Elevate Your Freestyle with the Breaststroke Pull Drill

Breaststroke pull with a freestyle kick is an amazing drill to help your freestyle swimming. Try this drill during your swim workouts for 2 sets of 8x25 one time per week and watch your freestyle stroke improve! https://youtu.be/Mac96dT5LDE

By | March 13th, 2019|BioAstin, FINIS, HUUB, Swim, Training, Training Articles, Workout Wednesday|Comments Off on Elevate Your Freestyle with the Breaststroke Pull Drill

Improve Your Form and Core Strength with This Swim Session

Looking to improve your stroke and swim faster freestyle? For today’s Workout Wednesday powered by BioAstin, try this swim session during your build season that will help activate your core and hone in on the proper freestyle form. Warm Up 10 min and include 6 lengths of double arm backstroke. Doing double arm backstroke provides [...]

Ask The Man: When Should I Swim with a Pull Buoy?

There's a myth being circulated in Boulder that if you show up to my workout with a pull buoy, then I'll confiscate it.  Not true! However I'm very leery of pull buoys... and how many swimmers use them. Pull buoys do not make you a better swimmer and they provide an artificial sense of buoyancy. Triathletes tend to swim with [...]

By | September 19th, 2018|Ask The Man, Dave Scott Tri Club, FINIS, Swim, Training, Training Articles|1 Comment

Progressive Swim Skills Presented By FINIS: Improve Your Breathing Technique

Most triathletes don't think the way they breathe in their freestyle stroke can slow them down.  Breathing with proper form is key to a faster freestyle stroke. Try these tips to perfect your breathing technique.   https://youtu.be/F1j6ROFyGeU

By | September 4th, 2018|Articles, FINIS, Swim, Training, Training Articles, Workout Wednesday|Comments Off on Progressive Swim Skills Presented By FINIS: Improve Your Breathing Technique

Progressive Swim Skills Presented By FINIS: Precise Pull Pattern for Faster Freestyle Swimming

After a well-executed high elbow set, adopting a precise underwater pull pattern will help generate more power speed to your freestyle stroke. This is part 6 in my 10 part series: Progressive Swimming Skills All Triathletes Should Master. I hope you like it! Dave   https://youtu.be/ZkTTvgpCLqg

By | August 8th, 2018|Articles, FINIS, Swim, Training, Training Articles|Comments Off on Progressive Swim Skills Presented By FINIS: Precise Pull Pattern for Faster Freestyle Swimming

How to Nail Your Swim Race Pace

Most age groupers look to "just get through" the swim so they can compete on the bike and run. I think this is a mistake. The swim is the perfect time to set the tone of your race, and start out confident and strong without depleting your energy for the bike and run. The first mistake I [...]

By | July 18th, 2018|Articles, FINIS, Swim, Training, Training Articles, Workout Wednesday|Comments Off on How to Nail Your Swim Race Pace

Progressive Swim Skills Presented by FINIS: Effective Arm Trajectory

In the 3rd episode of my series Progressive Swim Skills All Triathletes Should Master I cover an important topic: arm trajectory. Triathletes quite often exhibit one of these arm trajectory problems: In an effort to gain more "distance per stroke" (a teaching styles that drives me nuts!), they over-extend their reach.  This causes their elbow [...]

By | July 10th, 2018|FINIS, Ironman, Swim, Training, Training Articles, Videos|Comments Off on Progressive Swim Skills Presented by FINIS: Effective Arm Trajectory