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Does Compression Gear Work?

  How does compression work?  How does Compression Gear help an athlete during exercise?  How does Compression Clothing help during recovery? How does compression work? How does Compression Gear help an athlete during exercise? How does Compression Clothing help during recovery? Read more in this article by one of the leaders in compression clothing - Does Compression Gear Work?

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Triathlon Brick Sessions

Why do “Bricks” need to be incorporated in a training program?  Most triathletes are familiar with these multi-discipline workouts, but too often, athletes only utilize brick workouts in the final preparation for racing. Read a great article by Chris Carmichael and CTS Premier Coach Nick White on the use of brick sessions in your training and some good [...]

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Freestyle Swimming Technique - Swimming With Fins

Sure, fins can be used for all strokes, but today, let's just focus on using them for two types of freestyle. Read more about Freestyle - Swimming With Fins

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Nutrients that work together by Dr Pia Martin

  Nutrition guidelines can make things look very cut and dry. They tell us to get this amount of that vitamin and that amount of this mineral. Separating out nutrients this way makes the guidelines relatively easy to understand. And this kind of thinking probably helps us avoid diseases of nutritional deficiency, such as scurvy (not [...]

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Swimming Drill - Kicking with a Board

So many people think of kicking with a board as something that can ruin their stroke.  Truth be told, there's no other way to really work the legs in a swimming-productive way. Read more at All Strokes Swimming Drill - Kicking with a Board

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Over Training - What is the Impact

Overtraining is the term used to describe what can happen to athletes and sports enthusiasts who train and compete so hard, they exceed their body’s capacity to recover and repair. So essentially, overtraining is really caused by under-recovery. Read More about Over Training and how to avoid or recover from it.

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Do you get Muscle Cramps?

A muscle cramp is an involuntarily and forcibly contracted muscle that does not relax.   Read the Full article - Do you get Muscle Cramps? They are most commonly experienced in the foot, calf and leg muscles and can frequently occur in athletes due to the intense training and exercise regimens undertaken. If you suffer from cramps, Endura can help!

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Freestyle Swimming Drill - Fist - Open Finish

With so many drills focusing on the catch and the front of the stroke, it's refreshing to hear someone talk about the finish.  Here is a drill from coach, Craig Keller of Asphalt Green Masters in NYC. See the Drill - Freestyle Swimming Drill - Fist - Open Finish 

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Freestyle Swimming Drill - Donut Catch

Building a great catch in freestyle takes focus.  Using simple, inexpensive tools adds a creative way to get your swimmers to focus out front. See more - Freestyle Swimming Drill - Donut Catch

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Breathing Article in Medibank Private Feel Better Magazine

Read an article on improving breathing through breathing training that was recently published in the Medibank Private Feel Better magazine. Click Here to read more.

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