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Training for Swimming Portion

Various triathlons also have different distances. For example, the Ironman competition is one of the most famous triathlons in the world. The athletes in this competition must cover a total distance of 226.51 kilometersthe athletes in the Ironman triathlon must swim 3.86 kilometers, cycle 180.25 kilometers and run 42.4 kilometers.

The feeling of winning such an event can be one of the most distinguishing moments of your life. When you hang up your triathlon medals at home, you will be able to look at them and remember your victory with fondness and pride.

There are three distinct parts to the triathlon; athletes have to train appropriately for the different parts. Then, with the proper training, athletes can have that chance at victory.

To begin with, a person must be able to swim well. When you are training for the swimming portion, it is beneficial to keep the following tips in mind:

  • It is best to determine what the distance is before you begin training. If you are swimming for a distance of 500 meters, then it is best to be conservative with your efforts. If you are swimming for a distance of 500 meters, then you can practice from once to twice a week. However, if the distance you are swimming is going to be a bit longer than 500 meters, thenit is best to train at least five times a week in order to win those triathlon medals.
  • When you are swimming, it is important to have the proper entry. The proper entry is necessary because, if you do not dive into the water properly, you can easily end up suffering from crossover. This can lead to an inelegant swimming technique; this can waste both your energy and time. The optimal dive entry is important for the success of the whole race.
  • Swimming is a very technical sport. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your kick is as refined as possible. This will help to propel you forward without making you waste energy. This will also keep you ready for the cycling and running portions.