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May 02, 2012



Sounds like are back in a good place. HAPPY for you! There's a lot of things you can do to improve your swim without hiring a coach, if that interests you. Nothing beats a voice of experience, but you could see some nice improvements by doing your own research.


I know there are things I could do on my own - I'm just not sure where to start. Have any starting points for me? The problem is that I don't know what I need to fix with my form, which is what I thought a coach would be useful for - pointing out what I'm doing wrong, and how to fix it. What do you think are the top three drills I should be doing?


That sounds perfect! I can definitely identify... I'm a planner too, but then it feels so good when you've made it through and can step back a little bit. I don't have a lot of summer plans, other than maintaining base mileage and maybe a few more short races, and it feels good!


Yes - as much as I love it, a break from all the planning is always nice, isn't it?

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