Dryside Training by Commit Swimming: Fit and Fast for Summer

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As summer approaches and the temperatures rise, there’s nothing better than being fit and fast.

It’s the perfect time to burn off those last few unwanted pounds and increase your fitness level.  It’s also a great time to step up your swim training for swim meets that will return soon!

Along with the exercises demonstrated below, clean up your diet by eating healthier foods and less high-fat, high-calorie foods.  Also, step up your training at home with hand weights, exercise bands, and other equipment.

These exercises will increase your fitness and maybe even help you swim faster.  And they can be performed at home!

Perform each exercise up to three times a week.  Pick a resistance that enables you to do 12 to 15 repetitions for three sets.  As always, discontinue the exercises a week before a competition.

So, it’s time to get FIT…and swim FAST this summer!

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Notice: All swimming and dryland training instruction should be performed under the supervision of a qualified coach or instructor, and in circumstances that ensure the safety of the participants.

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MEET THE TRAINER

 

J.R. Rosania, B.S., exercise science, is one of the nation’s top performance enhancement coaches. He is the owner and CEO of Healthplex, LLC, and has finished the Ironman Triathlon 18 times. He also serves as Swimming World Magazine’s fitness trainer and was named one of “America’s Top Trainers” by Men’s Journal and Vogue magazines. Check out Rosania’s website at www.jrhealthplex.net.

 

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MEET THE ATHLETE

Noriko Inada, 39, swam for Japan at the 1992, 2000 and 2004 Olympics. She now swims Masters for Phoenix Swim Club, and owns Masters world records in the women’s 25-29, 30-34 and 35-39 age groups.

 

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