Should triathletes train for their sub-discipline swimming like sports swimmers? What are the special features of triathlon? What training contents and volumes are appropriate for fitness athletes, career changers from other sports, ambitious amateurs or professional top athletes?
What bothers the "non-swimmers" among triathletes the most? The often cold water, fear of cramps, of swimming in a crowd or the invisible bottom of the water? What do you have to pay attention to if you want to achieve concrete training and competition results?
The authors want to offer food for thought and practical support for all those triathletes and their coaches who train regularly and enjoy competing. They provide answers to questions that do not need to be asked in sports swimming, but are important in triathlon.
2nd, revised edition, 16,5 x 24,0 cm, paperback, approx. 260 photos, in color, language German
|Product Name:||Open Water Schwimmtraining - Für Triathlon und Langstrecke|
|Manufacturer:||Meyer & Meyer Sportverlag|
|number of pages:||256|
|author / publisher:||Dr. Günter Ahlemann, Dr. Jochen Meyer|
|publishing house:||Meyer & Meyer Verlag|
|paperback / hardback:||Paperback|