Swimrun training tips
My partner Steve and I have never done a swimrun event, but we can safely say that our swimrun journey has well and truly started...
5 tips to make you and your swimrun partner go faster, and most of all, to enjoy the race together:
We are three episodes deep into our Beginner’s Guide to Swimrun video series, this time discussing the gear options for swimrun events.
How to choose your swimrun race? How to choose your swimrun partner? How to train for swimrun? Alan Scott, and our resident beginner, Annie Ross, discuss these questions and more in episode two of our series on the key things to know about swimrun.
What is swimrun? Who is it is for? What is the race format like? Experienced swimrunner, Alan Scott, and our resident beginner, Annie Ross, discuss these questions and more in episode one of our series on the key things to know about swimrun.
You can strengthen your muscles to cope with these demands and avoid picking up problems with your calf muscles, Achilles tendons, plantar fascia and toes. These only need to be performed a couple of times a week...
One of the most common questions amongst those new to swimrun, and even those not so new to the sport, is whether or not to use paddles. Do they give you an advantage in open water? Will they make you swim faster? Aileen Sullivan from Victory Health & Performance investigates.
Techniques to get the most out of your training and help you prepare for your next swimrun adventure.
New to swimrun or looking to improve your race times? Mike Alexander of 'WeSwimrun' shares his top tips for swimrun racing.