Get More With Less – The Benefits of Circuit Strength Training

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Multiply your training gains with circuits that boost power, cardio, and core fitness. Jack Fabian, Ph.D. (former head swim coach at Keene State College & the US National open water swim team), knows firsthand that high-intensity circuits are one of the most efficient ways to build power, endurance, and core strength. “For younger athletes, circuits […]

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Indoor Swim Training for Time-Crunched Triathletes

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When it comes to training, triathletes have it hardest with not just one sport to train for but three. And while aspects of triathlon training, such as increased cardiovascular fitness, transfers between sports, successful triathletes can’t just train their running and hope to dominate in swimming and biking too. There is no substitute for sport-specific […]

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Masters Swimmer Training Intensely & Feeling Young

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#SwimStrongerBetterFaster Athlete profile: Bob García Bob García is a 41-year-old competitive pool and open water Masters swimmer from San Jose, Costa Rica.  Furthermore, Bob has an intense training program that includes the weekly rigorous use of a Vasa Trainer and a Vasa SwimErg.  His dryland swim-specific strength training is coached by Kurt Niehaus Bonilla at the […]

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Vasa Trainer Acclaimed by Top Swim Coaches in Swimming World Magazine

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We are exceptionally grateful that Vasa Swim Trainer has recently been featured in the April, June and September 2018 issues of Swimming World Magazine. Michael J. Stott is a wonderful writer, athlete, and has frequently contributed excellent articles on swimming and stroke techniques. These articles are part of a multi-part series on swim benches and [...] Read More »

The secret to finding balance between work, family and sports

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At times, it feels like your mind is racing as you juggle priorities. Maybe you feel a touch of guilt when one priority becomes ranked higher than the other.  Getting in an extra swim after work takes you away from spending time with family, so you contemplate using your lunch break to swim.  Or you […]

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