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Triathlete Lucy Charles' swimming tips: technique

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Date 08.08.2019
Duration 2 Minutes 4 Seconds
Author Red Bull
Description Elite triathlete Lucy Charles shares her essential swimming training tips. In this one she focusses on technique, helping you master your stroke and glide through the water. - Work hard on the basics of your technique and you'll be set; - Practise your bi-lateral breathing with the 'bubble-bubble-breathe' technique; - Struggling to see where you're going? The best time to look forwards is immediately after taking a breath
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