by Chat Williams, MS, CSCS*D, NSCA-CPT*D
Personal Training Quarterly June 2017
Vol 1, Issue 1
Depending on the competition level of the individual, the sport of swimming can be a year-round commitment and require a very demanding training schedule. Incorporating land-based strength and conditioning into a training regimen can give the athlete a competitive edge, especially in a sport where a 100th of a second could determine the outcome of a race. This article describes the components that go into a well-designed land-based training program for swimmers, and provides sample workouts.
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