1:45 to 1:33/100m In A Year | Olympic Distance Triathlete

Here I analyze the technique of a UK based triathlete competing in Olympic distance triathlon. He’s brought his threshold pace down from 1:40–1:45/100m to 1:33 in the last year. There are two things I’d focus on most if I were him: 1. Breathing: Exhale form the nose and get the head returning back into the […]

5 Common Stroke Mistakes That Cause Shoulder Pain | Instant Fix

There are 3 common technique errors that lead to shoulder injuries in swimmers, and by doing these three drills I’m about to show you, you’ll never have to sit on the sidelines again due to shoulder pain caused by bad technique. In 2000, a study was conducted by Toshimasa Yanai and James Hay called ‘Shoulder […]

Why Is Nobody Talking About This? | High Elbow Catch

With all of the analysis of swimmers that we do, this one fault really stands out as a major cause of a dropped elbow catch. Can you guess what it is? It’s the position of the shoulder during the catch. If it’s dropped too low and is well below the head it makes a high […]