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Don’t Hold Your Breath

Monday, August 29, 2016
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Learning to improve control of your breathing while swimming is a valuable skill that will enable you to power off the wall, put your head down at the flags to win a race, or not panic in open water when a wave splashes in your face. Breath-control training is intended to improve lung capacity and breathing efficiency in swimmers; however, it should not be confused with breath-hold training, which can be dangerous.


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