Our coaches spend so much time in Stockholm’s swimming pools that we feel the need to tell you the truth about them. We consider pools that are best suited for:
- Spending time with kids
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No matter your age or skill level, learning to swim is a must — it could save your life or the life of someone else. For many people swimming is good choice to stay fit and healthy, and it is a base of summer fun.
Learning different swimming strokes comes after you have mastered the basic skills of swimming.
The front crawl or forward crawl, also known as the Australian crawl or American crawl, is a swimming stroke usually regarded as the fastest of the four front primary strokes (comparing to the backstroke, the butterfly stroke, and the breaststroke).
This is one of my most favourite crawl programs.
I am usually get tired easy from swimming with paddles, but here the program is designed the way I can enjoy swimming and train hard without feeling pain in my shoulders.
Heads and Tails ~2500 m
Great all around technique session to really hone your form to transit into a tougher period of work.
4 x 100 + 15 sec rest between every 100 m:
Set “ Tails”:
10x 50 m fins (focus on rotation & relaxed recovery) +10 sec as
10 x 50 m pull buoy (focus on catch & propulsion) + 10 sec as
Cherry on the cake:
10 x 100 m freestyle (75% effort choice of B5s or breathing to least favorite side) + 10 sec
100 m of your choice
Hello fellow swimmers and triathletes.
Kick-off bike ride: 32km to Drottningholm. Ekerö is a beautiful place to train your biking, check it out!
This week we are focusing on gaining distance and keeping the pace. Try this training set if you are struggling to crawl for longer.
100m crawl kick
main set (pyramid swim)
100m crawl, rest for 30 sec
200m crawl, rest for 30 sec
300m crawl, rest for 1 min
100m breast or backstroke, rest for 30 sec
200m any stroke
This week’s running goal is 5km in under 35mins.
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