How to Keep Your Stroke Balanced

Whether you're a swimmer or a triathlete, if you don't have a balanced stroke in the water you'll find yourself expending wasted energy—energy that could be better used in other areas—as you swim.

In this swim clinic video, Jan Javier, of Total Immersion shares his strategies for maintaining balance in your stroke and tips for "staying long" in the water to maximize your performance during your swim.

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Jan Javier is a Total Immersion swim coach in San Diego. Contact him at coach@silkyswimmer.com.


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