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Triathlon specialist Swim for Tri at the Giant Store St. Paul’s ‘Swim Special’

“Improve Your Front Crawl Technique”

The recent ‘Swim Special’ Triathlon evening at Giant Store St. Paul’s (www.giant-stpauls.co.uk) featured an excellent presentation from coach Gui Arnoldo from Swim for Tri (www.swimfortri.co.uk).

Gui Arnoldo presents at the Giant Store St. Paul's
Gui Arnoldo presents at the Giant Store St. Paul’s

Full coverage from the Giant Store St. Paul’s Swim Special Evening

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Steven Lord talks triathlon swimming at the recent Giant Store St. Paul's Triathlon Evening

Triathlon swimming made simple

Steven Lord goes back-to-basics with triathlon swimming

“You need to turn up… making swimming interesting is almost the most important thing”

Giant Store St. Paul’s Triathlon Evenings

We’ve been covering the great triathlon specials that have been held recently at the Giant Store St. Paul’s in Central London (check what is coming up in the series HERE).

At the recent swim special on 2nd February, Steven Lord (www.everydaytraining.org.uk) spoke about building a swim training plan and making it work.

This – in the opinion of this Editor – is triathlon GOLD.

Swimming can be exceptionally complicated and is typically the discipline that many triathletes, especially those from a running and cycling background, struggle with the most.

However… before you start looking for marginal gains, get the basics right!

This video is just eight and a half minutes long. If you are feeling confused about your own swimming training plan and feel you need to go back to the drawing board, then this is essential viewing.

For more advice from Steven on this topic, visit his coaching blog HERE.

Full coverage from the Giant Store St. Paul’s Swim Special Evening

CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS ON UPCOMING GIANT STORE TRIATHLON EVENTS

Giant Store St. Pauls

Giant Store St. Pauls Triathlon Evening #2 – SWIMMING!

Thursday 2nd February 2017 – Swimming Feature

This Thursday, the Giant Store St. Pauls, Central London, will host the second of their FREE Triathlon Evenings – which will be dedicated to Swimming!

Here is an insight into what will be happening, a great opportunity to learn from a range of experts and also see and trial the latest in wetsuit and swim-related products

  • 5pm – 6.30pm Wetsuit Fitting Sessions – 3 x 30 minute bookable sessions. 2 rooms (Males/Female) 6 customers at a time. All brands in each room.
  • BOOK YOUR FITTING SESSION HERE >>> LINK!
  • 5pm Onwards – Expo style upstairs
  • 6.30 pm – Wetsuit cat walk. Starting with entry level suit male and female from each brand. Then mid range suite from each brand. Brand Ambassadors wear the suits and Brand Reps can talk through the details.
  • 7.15pm – Speakers. 20 mins from Swim for Tri on Swim Technique. 20 mins from The Great British Swim on Open water swimming – and possibly one other slot to be confirmed!
  • 8pm – General social / sales

Discounts

There will be a special event discount of 10% on Wetsuits.

Competitions

For every wetsuit someone tries their name gets entered into a prize draw for a goody bag.

Simply fill in a feedback form and pop it into the prize draw box in the fitting room.

*** BOOK YOUR FREE PLACE HERE ***

You can see the full schedule of events at the Giant Store St. Pauls in THIS ARTICLE.

Scroll through the gallery above for images from the first evening Giant Store St. Pauls Triathlon event held on 19th January 2017

We’ve even put together this quirky little time-lapse video from the evening. If you can, do try and come along to some more of the events in the fortnightly series, which will cover a range of triathlon-related areas. All of the events are FREE to attend!

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Swim Tech: sometimes bad is ‘good’…

For many triathletes, swimming is an ongoing frustration. Just when you think you’ve ‘got it’, it vanishes. But, sometimes ‘bad’ swimming is good! If you are struggling with the ups and downs of the pool (most of you…), this is well worth a read to gain some perspective.