“Swimming is a great workout for your body. It works your lungs, heart, and muscles. It is impact-free, great for injury recovery, and has a meditative benefit to boot. That said, the routine of swimming laps can be monotonous and boring, until now.
Expert and multi-sport coach Terri Schneider combines skill training with variations in speed, distance, and technique in The Swimmer’s Workout Handbook for an effective and easy-to-follow series of pool workouts designed to make you a stronger, faster, and more proficient swimmer.
A complete guide to escaping the mundaneness of lap swimming with exciting and varied training workouts designed to keep you challenged and engaged, while improving your performance.
Including 100 of the best swim workouts for all experience levels, a guide to common swim terms, and guidelines to get the most out of your workouts.”
The Swimmer’s Workout Handbook
The Swimmer’s Workout Handbook is a complete guide that will help you escape the mundaneness of boring lap swimming. While adding exciting and varied training to your workouts. And they are designed to keep you challenged and totally engaged. While improving your performance.
My husbands back doctor recommends swimming to help his back pain. And these 100 workouts are perfect to get him started. While helping him get the most out of his workouts. And he is working up to swimming further so these workouts are great for him. While organizing speed, distance and technique into these fun and challenging training sessions. While putting vitality back into your pool time.
About the Author
Terri Schneider is an ultra-endurance athlete, speaker, author, coach, and sports psychology consultant. A former 10-year professional triathlete focusing on the IRONMAN® distance, she expanded her challenges to include adventure racing with the inception of the Eco Challenge in 1995, as well as ultra running and mountaineering. Terri earned a degree in exercise physiology as well as a master’s degree in sports psychology with a research emphasis on risk taking and team dynamics.