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24 April 2015

Topics: Arena Products

Men’s beachwear: which is the right swimsuit for you?

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9 o’clock: sunbathing (seeing as the sun is not too hot yet). 10 o’clock: a game of beach volleyball, men against women. 11 o’clock: a nice swim before lunch. And what about the afternoon? You just start all over again.

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overtraining

23 April 2015

Topics: Swim Fit

Recognise the signs of overtraining!

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Sports science teaches us that high training loads are linked with a greater risk of physical and mental exhaustion. Research*exploring how injuries, illnesses, stress, overtraining and exhaustion are all related have shown that injuries and illnesses are closely tied to

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22 April 2015

Topics: Triathlon & Open Water

Swim the Big Blue – The man behind this Incredible Journey

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I’m Ben, 36, and with a background of military, police and Psychology I am taking my love of water a step-further. The 1st November 2015 will see me dive into The Atlantic Ocean, to commence a 2,000 mile swim from

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21 April 2015

Topics: Arena Products

Quick guide to choosing women’s swimwear for the beach

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It goes without saying: when choosing swimwear for the beach, looks definitely count. Deciding whether to opt for a bikini or one-piece for your days on the beach is mainly an aesthetic matter. Every style can enhance your curves or,

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20 April 2015

Topics: Coach Says

Adam Peaty – You can shoot at him but you will not stop him moving foward

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In January 2009, a young swimmer called Adam Peaty joined the City of Derby club under the watchful eye of coach Mel Marshall a month after his 15th birthday. Mel competed at two Olympics as well as winning world, European

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Chad Le Clos, Barcelona, 2014.

17 April 2015

Topics: Arena Products

Swim to the Music

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As a “hardcore” swimmer I have never been particularly keen on anything other than a conventional swimming suit, swim cap and goggles. Nevertheless, because I am curious by nature, I decided to test out this new product and gain a

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16 April 2015

Topics: Swim Fit

Protect your shoulders!

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It is a well-known fact that swimming is a healthy sport. Very true. Having said that, you need to bear in mind an array of niggles affecting your tendons and joints caused by either excessive exertion or prolonged exertion. One

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14 April 2015

Topics: Triathlon & Open Water

Learn all about open water swimming

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Long-distance swimming covers all those swimming events held in open water, such as rivers, lakes and seas (which is why it is called  open water swimming). It is divided into four categories: middle-distance swimming (up to 5 km), long-distance swimming

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10 April 2015

Topics: Swim Fit

Outdoor Training: It’s Good for You!

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Spring is here, and that means it’s time to get outside and move! It may not be warm enough to hit the outdoor pool yet, but adding some open-air training to your routine, whether it’s running, riding your bike or

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Adam Main

9 April 2015

Topics: Inside the mind of.......

How to train & break the 50m Breaststroke World Record!

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At one end of the pool at Loughborough University the digital clock states Welcome To The Pool Of Dreams. At the other end hang banners detailing the names of Loughborough swimmers who have competed at the Olympics. In the pool

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