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How Swimming can affect your Triathlon

The following blog is from Total Immersion founder and Head Coach Terry Laughlin.  In this post, Terry talks about why swim training (specifically for triathlon) is different than training for running or biking.  In running or biking, your main goal is training to become more fit for that discipline whereas in swimming your training should…

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Video: Work Less, Swim Better Part 2

In this video blog, Total Immersion founder and head coach Terry Laughlin shows us the difference between the TI “fishlike swimming” method and “human swimming”. The difference is amazing. You can also check out Part I of this video here. If you want to swim less like a human and more like a fish, TI…

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Free Air: How to Breathe Easier

For those of you that have trouble with breathing during swimming, check out this blog post from Terry Laughlin (founder and head coach of Total Immersion). There are some great tips here. If you want help with your breathing, contact me at ryan@tribasetraining.com or consider one of my Lesson Packages. For more great blogs from…

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My Total Immersion Teacher Training Experience

This is my account of my experience at the Total Immersion Teacher Training in Minneapolis, MN where I earned the right to be called a Total Immersion Teaching Professional (TITP). I also posted this same blog on the Total Immersion site at www.totalimmersion.net. This was a CRAZY week for me and I was absolutely exhausted…

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The Kitsap TriBabes

There is a group of triathletes in the Kitsap county area (on the Olympic Peninsula across the sound from Seattle for those that don’t live here) that simply amazes me more and more each time I have the opportunity to come in contact with them. They call themselves the Kitsap TriBabes and they are fearlessly…

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Run Less, Lift More, Race Better…do P90X?

For all of you triathletes out there, there is an article on P110 of the August issue of Triathlete magazine entitled “Run Less, Lift More, Race Better”. Unfortunately, the article is not available online without a subscription…but it is available at your local news stand or in digital format online with a subscription. They have…

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Seafair Sprint Triathlon 2010 Race Report

So, I completed the Seafair Sprint Triathlon for the second time. It has been five years since I completed this race as my first triathlon following a weight loss contest in 2005. I was excited to get to race in this event again because I knew that the last 5 years of training have helped…

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Sprint Triathlon Training Plan (using P90X) available for download

Ever since I started B.A.S.E. Training all those many weeks ago (ha ha…beginning of March…and now it is almost June), I have been trying to find time to create some free training plans to give away on my site. One of my visions is to have free plans available for download that incorporate P90X and…

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