30 Apr '13, 9am

When to swim & when to transition. We revisit advice from @heljinx on swim exit success in this week's training tip.

Essential Triathlon Training Tips: Swim Exit By Erin Greene on 30/04/13 at 9:02 am Your video is loading. If the video fails to load please upgrade your Flash player Training Tip - Exiting the Water This week, we take a look back at some essential triathlon training tips from the past. In this video, Olympian and 2011 ITU World Champion Helen Jenkins helps you out with some tips on swim exit and transition. Not quite sure when to switch from swimming to high kneeing it out of the water? Do you know when you should mentally change from one discipline to the next? Not to worry. Jenkins fills you in on her swim strategy that has helped to two Olympic berths and 11 World Triathlon medals.

Full article: http://www.triathlon.org/news/article/essential_triathlon...

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