Simon and I talked about this A LOT over the last week.
For us as coaches 
We see it this way.
Swimming is massively a neurological sport. 
That’s kind of a geeky way of saying if you don’t use it,
you’ll LOSE it.
Thing is swimming requires A LOT of co-ordination,
or movement memory if you like.
I don’t know about you but when I spend more than three days out of the pool 
I feel clunky when I get back in.
I KNOW I’ve lost efficiency and SPEED and it’s not down to fitness
because I’m still running and cycling
You see
Efficiency and technique is CRUCIAL to learn, cultivate and grow
especially if you don’t want to burn 
ALL your race matches too soon. 
Problem is that your neurology and efficiency can be dramatically reduced
with too much time OUT of the water.
You certainly won’t get many, if any (((( A.HA )))) moments 
You know what I mean,
That one time when all that time spent working on technique
comes together and it just feels right.
So our cached clients focus on technique and building 
their swim strength and power a fair bit.
The clever trick is how we program it into
their training weeks so that they get the best 
from their run and bike sessions. 
Because that bits important too right??
We will let you into a small secret.
Sometimes our programmed swims are just 1600m long.
Not much, not long, but just enough to keep that muscle
memory – neurology – pathway – firing and guess what??
Those sessions can be breakthrough sessions
where you go
(((( A.HA ))))
* Efficiency In The Swim = Energy Saved = FASTER BIKE & RUN *
It’s worth thinking about

Billy Harriss BSc MSc
Level 2 British Triathlon Coach 
Head Coach

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