Everyone deals with prerace jitters differently. To stay calm and focused before a race, I follow the same routine each time. This involves getting my bike ready and packing my bag the night before, and I always eat the same breakfast on the morning of a race.
Janet Evans' Total Swimming
For some swimmers, a simple log book is sufficient, whereas others like to go into much more detail. In general, the more information that�s recorded, the easier it is to analyze past workouts and current progress.
When structuring your training plan, first determine the length of the program and then divide the time into three phases.
Mastering Swimming eBook
The power in swimming comes from the core group of muscles, which this book defines as the area from the neck to the knees, including all of the upper-back and shoulder muscles, the abdominal muscles, and the trunk and upper-leg muscles.
Scuba Diving-4th Edition
Have an objective and a destination to fully experience scuba diving.
Fantastic Water Workouts eBook-2nd Edition
Spice up your workout by trying these two land-based exercises in the water.
Open Water Swimming eBook
There is no substitute for experience in rough water. Practice will not make perfect, but it will make swimming in rough water much easier.
Rowing Faster 2nd Edition eBook
Setting the rowing equipment for normal practice is one thing, but adjusting the equipment to special circumstances is the next level that rowers and coaches need to achieve on their way to becoming experts.
Swim Coaching Bible, Volume II, eBook, The
Both the swimmer and the coach should learn and experiment with variations because these physical experiences go into the swimmer�s overall inventory and help make the athlete�s chosen start style more athletic and effective.