If you regularly read my posts you’re probably aware of the DARPA study which showed that human swimmers are only 3% efficient–as compared to the 80% efficiency of
This week’s guest post was authored by Ed Horne (white cap in the video) who completed a Gibraltar Strait swim with swim partner Michael Fabray in
What is Easy Fly?
Easy Fly is a specialized way to learn and swim butterfly, refined by Total Immersion over the past 12 years. and designed to
Tokyo 2020 Olympic organisers said on Wednesday that tests showed levels of E. Coli up to 20 times above the accepted limit and faecal coliform bacteria seven times higher than agreed at the planned venue for marathon swimming and triathlon.
Organisers have vowed to improve the water quality to ensure the
Our regular mid-week guest post comes from Jim Nostrum who recounts how he progressed, in just three months, from being able to swim 100 yards of
This week, our mid-week post is a podcast I recently recorded with Rich Soares of Mile High Endurance on the topic of bilateral breathing.
Our interview begins
Pyeongchang will be hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics — but not every country is convinced that South Korea hosting is entirely safe. France has become the first country to come out and say that if South Korea cannot guarantee safety from their neighbor, North Korea, it will stay home for
Do you know your time for 100 yards? Not your time for a single all-out time trial, but the time you would record at a relatively
When I was growing up, I learned to swim at school.
We brought our swimming bags twice a week and swam in the 25-metre pool on the grounds of our Brisbane state school.
These days, very few schools even have water safety on the curriculum — let alone their own pool —
This is another in a series of mid-week guest posts by TI coaches and fans. This one is by Ioannis Karampelis, MD.
On a September afternoon in