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6 Tips To Overcome Open Water Fears

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Date 14.08.2019
Duration 8 Minutes 19 Seconds
Author Global Triathlon Network
Description Fear of open water is not always rational or easy to understand. Learning coping strategies and specific techniques can transform your open water experience so we’re going to be a bringing you some tried and tested tips to help you quash those fears! It can make no difference whether you’re a weaker novice swimmer or at the other end of the spectrum, someone who has swam competitively in a pool all your life, the fear of open water is not always rational or easy to understand. Learning coping strategies and specific techniques can transform your open water experience so we’re going to be a bringing you some tried and tested tips to help you quash those fears.
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