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Swim4Purpose | Technique/Training
  • Sprint Training

    Sprint Training

    Freestyle Sprint Training, while not the hallmark of a Distance Swimmer / Triathlete should still find a place in your workout regimen. One of the most rewarding (and miserable) sprint “main” sets I’ve done over the past 15 years is referred to simply as the “150’s”. This is 1800 yards of pure hell done in

  • S4P Beginning Swim Class

    Waiting until you’re an adult to learn to swim can be a daunting challenge. The fear of drowning is real….not to be taken lightly even in a controlled environment. Couple this with the self-perceived discomfort of making a fool of one’s self in an alien environment and you have a recipe for a real life


    One of the most common problems I see in the freestyle stroke is applying pressure (propulsion) at the WRONG time. Many swimmers immediately begin applying pressure before a high elbow catch has been attained (during the downsweep phase where the arm is obtaining the proper depth and angle to initiate the catch). If the elbow