The Importance of Seamless Breathing1 min read
Three steps to seamless breathing
Fewer than 30 per cent of adults can swim 25 metres. And countless people who can run three to five hours continuously, during a marathon, become exhausted after as little as a minute of swimming – clearly not for lack of fitness. The reason for both is that breathing is such a complex and daunting skill.
I couldn’t agree more. And if anybody knows how to make swimming easier, it’s Terry Laughlin.
It wasn’t until I finally started getting my breathing under control that I was able to make any progress on technique. Master the breathing first and the rest will start to fall into place.