TritonWear has developed Focused Iterative Training, FIT, to help you improve in 3 simple steps: track training, find focus, master progress.
TritonWear has developed Focused Iterative Training, FIT, to help you improve in 3 simple steps: observe, discover and adjust.
Triton Score measures performance and gives you an overview of your Readiness, Focus and Intensity. The score offers a fast and easy way to…
Improving metrics sets you on the path to improve performance. However, certain metrics influence each other. Improving one may lead to a…
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In Part 2 of the freestyle breathing pattern analysis, TritonWear looks at the relationship between breathing rates and lap progression in reps 200m and up.
TritonWear investigates the relationship between speed and breathing frequency metrics for freestyle.
Drill sets are a staple in any swim team’s training routine for winning the season. Even elite athletes continue to incorporate drills to their training…
A valuable takeaway from practices and competitions, is whatever feedback a coach gives. They can critique your swim and provide corrections as needed.
There is a lot of work that goes into becoming a faster swimmer. To figure out where to start, you need to set your swimming goals.
Each swimmer has their own unique set of objectives. The key is to break them down into specific, actionable steps that can be measured over time.
Here are 5 swimming drills that’s not just for improving technique, but also for developing other areas to help you swim faster.
Good practices start with good training plans. Try to have them ready the night before each training session. Here’s why.
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