From Gassed Out At 50 Yards To Swimming 1000 Without Stopping with Marquest Meeks

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Marquest joins us in this podcast episode to talk about his early struggles when he started swimming. From barely finishing 50 yards to completing 1000 yards without stopping. Marquest shares his experiences, what he’s been through to achieve this. Enjoy

01:02 Swimming Background
9:00 Doing Half Ironman
09:30 I Gotta Start With Something
16:52 But Swimming
25:53 Signing Up For The Stroke Analysis
35:53 Kicking Hard
44:18 Climbing Up A Mountain
47:10 It’s Not Comfortable But I Am Not Dying

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Love, love, love listening to Brenton and his guests. Always learning something new to add to my swim sets with drills or training sets. Also very motivational guests with great tips to add to your fitness routine. I love the stories of the longer distant swims and what’s involved. I’m always smiling after listening to these podcasts!! Thank you so much !!!!

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Brenton and Mitch were great to work with at the clinic, Good to get video analysis to work on straight away, practice some new drills and go home knowing what you need to work on.

Alex McFadyen

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