Key Swim Training Sessions for Triathlon

shapeimage_2.pngLast week Steven was invited to represent long-term sponsors of EverydayTraining, BlueSeventy, at H2 Events free evening of talks on all things swim -related at the new Giant concept store in St Pauls, London.

Steven has written up his talk in the form of a blog post which you can read here.

Here’s what the critics said ;o)

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BlueSeventy will once again be supporting our training camp in Lanzarote this March, and in addition we are able to offer a generous discount code to all EverydayTraining coaching and camp clients.

Contact us for details on this coaches@everydaytraining.org.uk

It caught my eye on a day when I’d been thinking about the spectrum of different levels and types of “motivation” that I see manifested by the athletes that I work with, so I engaged Andy in some twitter chat before asking him to explore the topic in a bit more depth through the medium of a collaborative blog.

I started by presenting my observations and current thinking around motivation, or rather it’s origins, and Andy offered a number of areas to expand on. We settled on the idea of “Readiness” …and you can the full  blog post here, on Andy’s website

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Meanwhile…back in Somerset we have the first of our Xman  training days on Exmoor  on the 12th June

each starting with 2 x 1hour open water swim sessions in the beautiful Wimbleball lake if you just want to get wet without committing to the full training day.

The next session will be on 17th July.

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