» Rotating the entire body as "ONE" will not only help you generate more power, but will help you swim straighter as well.
» Triathletes should know how to swim without exerting the legs so they are fresh for the bike and the run.
» The head should not "lag" the body roll when rolling to breathe.
» Coordination of the arm pull and body rotation are critical for efficient swimming.
» Legs can be used for forward propulsion, torque rotation, artificial balance, and body positioning.
» Fist-closed swimming is a good way to make sure you are not using the hands improperly.
» When getting ready for an open water swim remember, that it is better to be warm than to be warmed up.