New Zealand swimming coach David Wright sought the help of running guru Arthur Lydiard to gain better results. He had already used Lydiard's endurance training schedules while living and working in England to establish his wife, Alison, as one of New Zealand's premier middle-distance runners, and wondered how Lydiard's methods could be applied in the swimming pool. For nearly a decade, Wright and Lydiard, collaborating every week, experimented with the conversion of long-distance aerobic endurance training, hill running, bounding and springing, steps running and sprint sharpening from the varied terrains that a runner encounters to the confines of a swimming pool's still, flat water. This volume presents the method they have developed, and is designed for all swimmers, beginners and advanced, who are looking for new ways in swimming training.
Publisher: Meyer & Meyer
Weight: 295 g
Dimensions: 148 x 120 x 10 mm
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