Showcase the fastest version of yourself on race day with the Salming Race 5 natural running shoe. The quick and responsive RunLite™ midsole featuring a Torsion Efficiency Unit made of carbon fiber serves you the very best abilities to give it your all in both short and long distance races. It will get the most out of your preparations and really allows your biomechanical mechanism to function at its best. The Salming Race 5 weighs in at only 185g for the mens UK 9 size. PR’s – here I come!
The successor of the initiated runner favourite – Speed 3 –has all the DNA of its predecessor and then some. The development process of the Speed 5 has been based on a light version of Salmings Natural Running SupportSystem™ which facilitates for every runner to find and stay in their natural running stride. We’ve been aiming for the initiated runners that loved the Speed 3 to recognise the lightness and responsiveness but also appreciate the new developments and technologies put into the Speed 5. The T.G.S.62%/75° technology assures that the shoe bends in exactly the right places.
The Progressive Swimmer family is ideal for those who have just got started in triathlon or swimming. It’s the ideal solution for those swimmers who do not feel entirely comfortable in the water and are looking for a wetsuit that helps correct their technique. The Progressive Swimmer solution provides extra buoyancy for a more stable position in the water, which considerably improves performance. While flexibility is important, if a swimmer’s technique is less than perfect and the stroke is not polished, buoyancy becomes the determining factor in order to improve times. The Progressive Swimmer range includes the 3.8 and S6 models.
Orca’s Natural Swimmer range is designed specifically for swimmers who have an efficient technique with no flaws. This type of swimmer also maintains a good horizontal and elevated position in the water. With such an effective position there is no need to add extra buoyancy and this type of swimmer will benefit most from extra flexibility. By using the right materials Orca has helped triathletes achieve a sense of freedom in the water. They are also provided the necessary thermal insulation and floatability buoyancy required to make swimming even more comfortable. Orca’s Natural Swimmer line includes the Alpha and Equip wetsuits.
Total swimmers make only small mistakes and this is often found in their kicking technique. A little extra buoyancy helps to solve this by raising the legs for a more effective horizontal position. Since these swimmers have no shortcomings in the upper body area they benefit most from flexibility here so their stroke remains unaltered. For this swimmer Orca offers an intermediate solution between the Progressive and Natural Swimmer models called Total Swimmer. It’s a performance-boosting combination of maximum flexibility in the upper body area, identical to that included in Natural Swimming, and maximum floatability in the lower trunk, just like that used in Progressive. Total swimmers need buoyancy combined with flexibility so each element acts on the specific area where it is needed. Total Solution includes the Predator and Sonar wetsuits.
We’ve teamed up with Eurosport to raise awareness of the benefits of incorporating swimming into regular physical training routines. In this episode, Kerry and Sarah are put through their paces with some running exercises by coach Annie. The ‘Swim2Run’ four-part mini documentary series follows the journey of amateur runners Sarah, and Kerry, as they prepare to run the London Marathon 2017. Three-time British triathlon champion, Annie Emmerson, has created training programmes for the runners and leads the marathon coaching. Catch up on the other episodes: Episode 1: https://youtu.be/1TU43suYcoU Episode 2: https://youtu.be/beQTobVUL9E
We’ve teamed up with Eurosport to raise awareness of the benefits of incorporating swimming into regular physical training routines. In this episode, the London Marathon is only hours away – are our runners ready? The ‘Swim2Run’ four-part mini documentary series follows the journey of amateur runners Sarah, and Kerry, as they prepare to run the London Marathon 2017. Three-time British triathlon champion, Annie Emmerson, has created training programmes for the runners and leads the marathon coaching. Catch up on the other episodes: Episode 1: https://youtu.be/1TU43suYcoU Episode 2: https://youtu.be/beQTobVUL9E Episode 3: https://youtu.be/I3AlR_T1xsM
This dragonfly drill involves speeding up your butterfly arm movement, powered by a front crawl kick. It encourages a more balanced technique due to more consistent and solid leg movements. For swim tracking, analysis, tips and training plans from some of the world’s best coaches, sign up free to https://on.speedo.com
This drill is a harder variation of the ladder drill – which we recommend you watch on our channel for technique – as you will come back to three full strokes after three with single arms. This drill breaks up the intensity of the complete full stroke, making it easier to improve your butterfly. For swim tracking, analysis, tips and training plans from some of the world’s best coaches, sign up free to https://on.speedo.com
The accelerator drill is designed to improve your timing by practicing kicking at different speeds. Pacing is tricky with the butterfly stroke due to the need to maintain rhythm. Add fins to work your legs and help exaggerate the full body kick. For swim tracking, analysis, tips and training plans from some of the world’s best coaches, sign up free to https://on.speedo.com