Triathletes In Motion with Marc EvansMarc Evans is an experienced triathlon coach who’s with some of the greats including Dave Scott. He’s recently finished a book, “Triathletes in Motion” which goes into great detail about how to develop better movement patterns, core stability and posture for triathlon.

Traditionally, the focus of swimming and triathlon is volume, intensity, training periodisation and doing a particular work out the right months or weeks leading up to a race.

But, what if you could improve your performance without changing your training schedule and by simply improving how you move.

That’s what we’ll cover in this episode!

01:59 – How you can assess where you are now and improve
03:03 – In a deeper way…
05:00 – They’re just so tight.
06:36 – “Oh look we’ve got some weaknesses in your…”
07:05 – Technique helps efficiency
07:50 – Recommendation to Swimming Coaches
11:15 – The Posture Chapter
11:35 – Super Tool for Coaches
15:58 – Deep-squat test
17:05 – High elbow catch
17:57 – Weak muscles
18:37 – A.C.E.S.
18:47 – The 3 Stages
19:43 – What it feels like to move normal…
21:26 – Strengthen the core.
24:14 –  Load Transfer
26:32 – Focus on 1 or 2 things
28:25 – Marc’s Recommendation
30:16 – 5-10 minutes a day
32:14 – Use the book!
35:22 – Helping Athletes & Coaches Deliver Information
39:26 – First Motions from the Pelvis
41:35 – The High Elbow Catch
45:23 – Postures + Positions + Awareness
48:51 – There is No Quick Fix to Swimming Fast
49:57 – Sport is Such a Good Teacher
51:12 – Awareness of Practice
55:16 – The Huge Advantage
57:52 – The Benefits of Multi-stroke Swim for Triathletes
1:02:57 – It’s Just You, Your Time & Your Stroke
1:04:38 – That Meditative State

Visit Marc’s website: MarcEvansEnduranceEducation.com
Grab his book: Triathletes in Motion

New Freestyle Clinic dates in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney and Brisbane happening in the first quarter of 2015. Check it out here!