Helping Triathletes ‘Laugh at the Water’ since 2003!

How To Make Simple Tweaks To Your Swim, So You Can Swim Faster… While Using 50% Less Energy!

“Proven Methods That Have Helped 4,299 Triathletes (and Counting) To Slash average of 7:21 Minutes Off Their Triathlon Race Times…”

 

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Are You Ready to Blow Away Your Swim Struggles, Improve Your Swim Technique, And Get Faster & More Efficient In The Water?

I know what it’s like to be starting out in the Triathlon. Even though swimming is the shortest part of the race, many view it as a “necessary evil.”

Swimming is the most difficult part of a triathlon… especially for beginners.

Many triathletes leave the water feeling exhausted and discouraged. They wind up hoping they can catch their “second wind” as they do the bike or the run next.
Why do so many triathletes struggle with the swim?

The honest truth is… it’s not because they’re horrible swimmers. Many of them have no trouble swimming endless laps in their local pool.

It’s not because they’re out of shape… almost every triathlete shows up on race day in great physical condition.

The reason why most triathletes fizzle out in the swim is because they are doing it wrong!

Most swimmers waste energy trying to churn through the water… instead of moving the body forward. It’s as dramatic as trying to row a boat using your bare hands… instead of using top-of-the-line rowing oars.

Let’s face it: It’s no fun to compete in something that you know you don’t do well. It’s even more demoralizing to do that competition… do badly… and then try to find the energy to finish the other two parts of the race…don’t you think?

The stone-cold truth is… If you want to compete (and compete well) in Triathlons, then you have to make the swim your friend… and not your foe.

So how do you make the swim your friend…and even your best friend?

Why Overtraining Is No Longer An Option…

When it comes to training for triathlons, I have never been comfortable with the traditional philosophies of “no pain, no gain”.

I really dislike the tough-guy jock mentality of “the more of an exercise you do, the better it will work”.

You see, the human body has its limits of what it can handle before it starts to break down. This breakdown is often called “over-training”.

I realized first with my own training — and later on with my coaching clients — that you can’t treat your swimming training the same way as you do for your cycling or running training.

Each part of the triathlon — swimming, running, and cycling — stresses the body differently… so you need to train differently for each leg.

As soon as I made that breakthrough, I realized the secret to…

Getting More Results From Less Work…

While I was searching for different training tips, tactics, and techniques… I discovered a particular method of swimming that seemed very promising.

I started incorporating some of this method’s techniques and drills into my workouts. Pretty soon, I started adding it into my clinics and private lessons too.

Here’s what happened — I found this particular method helped my swimmers get more out of their strokes, swim faster, and more fluidly, while exerting less energy.

In other words, they were getting more results while doing less work!

So how do you start improving your swimming skills for your next triathlon?

If you’re a beginner looking for the best way to get started then there are limited resources available to you.

If you’re at the intermediate level and are looking to improve your skills, then I’m afraid to say it’s not much better.

Even if you have access to tri clubs in your area, many times these clubs fall short of offering any kind of true swim training plan.

Masters swim teams are a good place to go to get good workouts… but they’re rarely geared towards triathletes. Their focus is on doing lots of yardage and distance instead of offering technique help that works for the open swim.

But it’s not the fault of tri clubs or masters swim teams. Training for an open water triathlon swim is not the same as training for any other type of competitive swimming.

Open swimming requires more attention to using the proper technique rather than doing ordinary high yardage anaerobic workouts.

And that’s why after getting countless emails and customer requests, I created a system which any triathlete can use to improve their own swimming technique and lower their race times by 5-10 minutes without spending a lot of time, money or even energy…

IntroducingTri Swim Success

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Step-by-Step Program With Triathlon Specific Swim Technique Videos, Drills, Workouts, and Race Strategies You’ll Ever Need To Swim Faster & More Efficiently!”

Technique Mastery

Swim with ease like you never have before, and save your energy for the bike and run instead of blowing yourself out to start the race. You’ll get your balance in the water, correct your head position, breathing, kicking and finally, you will be executing the pull that will give you the most propulsion possible.

Workout Mastery

Incorporate key drills into easy-to-follow workouts. Workout Mastery is designed to improve your endurance & speed, allowing you to not only finish the swim strong with much more energy, but also to get faster and help bring down your overall times.

Open Water Swim Mastery

Broken down into easy-to-follow steps so you will discover quick & simple techniques to go from swimming in a pool to exceeding in the open water. You’ll dramatically reduce your race day anxiety, and use any nervousness you have to your advantage for the swim!

Easy 1-2-3 Formula

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Simply using superior swim techniques, and following our easy 1-2-3 formula will give you a competitive edge that you won’t find anywhere else.

Tri Swim Success Online Triathlon Swim Training Program is the type of specific training often done during one-on-one private coaching but is rarely found elsewhere. It's a push in the right direction, so you can reach new levels of success race after race.

…first out of the water in the Long Beach Triathlon.
sue-rigler “I’ve been using your swim tips and techniques and I actually was first out of the water in the Long Beach Triathlon of women in my age division… this is an all time first for that! I’ve always been middle of the pack… I was shocked myself! I actually ended up first place for my age and 12th overall… I was pretty excited. Doing Hermosa Beach this weekend… hope the waves are small. I am from Iowa and don’t like big waves!”

Sue Rigler, Manhattan Beach, CA

I felt strong more focused on what my training had taught me…
“Kevin, I took 10 minutes off Pumkin Man last October in the swim and 34 min overall on my time and moved up two slots in my age group to # 8! YeHaw!

I followed your modules concentrating more on technique for rotation and glide and swam the course for 3 days two weeks before the event and worked on distance. I felt strong more focused on what my training had taught me and confidence played a big factor

– Doug Cox
Triathlete

I was able to swim a 1:16 which was A LOT faster than I expected…
peter-carroll“I signed up for an Ironman without ever doing a triathlon of any distance. I had never swam laps before. Right before I signed up for this course, I signed up for a 1/2 ironman (my first triathlon ever) to ‘practice’. My swim time was slow, 50 min I think. My Ironman fell in month 4 of this training and will all that I had learned up to that point, I was able to swim a 1:16 which was A LOT faster than I expected and I felt as if I could have gone faster. Thanks for all your help!”

– Peter Carroll
Triathlete

…my catch is smoother and there is less strain on my shoulders.
“Hi Kevin, I just wanted to thank you and your staff for your helpful insights, my swimming is progressing. My elbows are higher than before, my catch is smoother and there is less strain on my shoulders. I’m very pleased with the ease of efficiency due to dedication to the prescribed drills in Modules 1 and 2. The shark fin drill has especially contributed to my muscle memory of entering the water closer to my goggle line and a better extension/glide afterwards, thanks!! Eventually, I hope my times are better than a 1:40/100 yds. ”

– Patty Topper
Triathlete

…it all seemed to fall into place.
bill-pritchett“I wanted to send a quick note to let you know how much your DVD and other web-based resources have helped me with my swimming. I’ve been a runner for years and got into triathlon back in 2011. I always struggled with the swim and tried all kinds of methods to improve: lessons, group sessions, and even a personal coach. Nothing seemed to help. In August I got your DVD and started using it, along with the TriSwimPro web site, to do the drills you showed. My weak spot has always been my kick. I could never seem to get it in sync with my stroke, so I always ended up dragging my legs, kicking just once per stroke, or “scissor-kicking” in a way that created drag. The kicking drills in the DVD helped me get a feel for the kick as I swam on my sides. Finally yesterday, it all seemed to fall into place. I was able to do a 6-beat kick and keep it in sync with my stroke. All of a sudden, swimming felt effortless, and I could actually feel my kick helping to propel me through the water. I can’t wait to get back into the pool today to reinforce these skills. I will definitely be recommending your DVD to friends who are struggling with swimming as I have for so long. Your videos have definitely helped me progress with my swimming, and I’m sure my tri times next summer will prove it!”

– Bill Pritchett, Michigan
Triathlete

…something really clicked yesterday.
“I want to thank you for your coaching! I just wanted to let you know that something really clicked yesterday and I dropped my single arm stroke cycle from an average of 26 to 14 at the 25 yard pool. A nearly 40% improvement literally overnight! I just couldn’t believe the sensation of gliding, rolling, etc! Thank you for helping me enjoy swimming for the rest of my life!”

– Bill Yee, Cupertino, CA
Beginner Triathlete

…so encouraged I am considering stepping up my training.
manny-hernandez“Overall I attribute my swimming improvement to this program. I improved my time on a 200 meter swim by 45 seconds. I never would have accomplished this without your program. I signed up for my first open water triathlon last year before I had any experience with Tri Swim Pro. I was very concerned about the open water swim. However, given the improvements I have seen so far in my swimming, I am now looking forward to training for that event. I am so encouraged I am considering stepping up my training to an Olympic Triathlon distance swim.”

– Manny Hernandez
Triathlete

…was able to go into the swim with confidence.
vivienne-kennedy“I used the Essentials program for my first triathlon swim and it was excellent training. I was able to go into the swim with confidence that I would be able to swim the distance, although not in record time – but be confident that I could confidently participate. Now that I have seen the TriSwim Pro, I would say the same thing – the drills were excellent in developing great technique. The videos are great so that you can see exactly what it is you are supposed to be doing. I like with the TriSwim that you have access to others’ experiences, which sometimes are similar to that which I have experienced, and ultimately helps with overall learning and increased confidence. This program also allows me to train when it’s convenient for me & not to have to train according to someone else’s schedule – yay!”

– Vivienne Kennedy
Triathlete


Six Powerful Reasons Why You’ll Be Delighted With Tri Swim Success…

1. Become a much more efficient and faster swimmer with better technique…

2. Accomplish your triathlon goals in less time…

3. Slash 5-10 minutes off your personal best race time…

4. Have more energy left over after the swim… Attack the rest of the triathlon with high energy and vigor instead of trudging through it like countless others will…

5. Trust your training and have the confidence that you’re ready to swim, bike, run and rock on race day!

6. Make your triathlon training and racing a better experience all around.

If you are ready to get started on your journey to getting rid of poor swim techniques, overtraining, and the loss of fun in your triathlon training sessions, Don’t Wait… Grab Your Spot Inside “Tri Swim Success” Right Now!

You do not have to suffer through overtraining any more… and deal with annoying injuries. The program is designed for you to get the most out of every workout without doing TOO much.

Simply using superior swim techniques, and following our easy 1-2-3 formula will give you a competitive edge that you won’t find anywhere else.

Our comprehensive plan will start to work within weeks, step-by-step. Before you know it, your race times will start plummeting!

It’s a small investment in your triathlon skills that could literally shave minutes off your triathlon time and achieve the new record you always wanted to achieve while enjoying every second of the race.

Don’t Wait… Grab Your Spot Inside “Tri Swim Success” Now!

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Yes Kevin! I Want To Improve My Race Times Right Now. Give Me Instant Access to Tri Swim Success, Step-by-Step Online Triathlon Swim Training Program!

I’ll tap into your years of personal and professional experience. I’ll get access to your extensive expertise of the performance-enhancing tips, tactics, and techniques that you use with all of your swim coaching clients!

I understand I will have a full 60 days to review Tri Swim Success. If I am not 100% delighted with this powerful program, I understand I can contact you for a prompt refund with no questions asked.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Answer: A one-time payment of $37 gets you access to Tri Swim Success. We accept all major credit cards and Paypal.

Answer: You get lifetime access. You can follow the training plan, watch the videos now or later, as often as you like. Forever.

Answer: You get instant access to the secure customer area on my website. Just login with your username and password and start watching the streaming videos immediately in full-screen HD quality.

Answer: Yes! You can watch on any device, tablet or phone that can access the web.

Answer: Yes, we have a specific plan laid out for many different types of training schedules and levels of experience.

Answer: Yes, All Access Pass members will have access to me through the members-only Facebook Group and private email. There will also be a monthly chat session for members.

Answer: Yes, it’s part of All Access Pass. You can get a swim stroke analysis by Kevin. We have a section in the member-only area where members can upload their videos. The more you can show of your stroke, the better analysis you will get.

Answer: Great question! Hands down, freestyle swim technique is the most frequently used one in triathlons. That’s the first one we will start on mastering.

While cross training on the different strokes is a good idea, I don’t recommend doing it until you’ve got freestyle licked.

That’s why I do not cover stroke technique info on the other three strokes — backstroke, butterfly, and breastroke until later in the program.

The good news I will cover all of these techniques in “plain English” and as easy to put into action as is possible.

Answer: Of course! You have a 60-day, no-questions-asked, 100% money-back guarantee. If you’re not thrilled with what you learn, just email me and say, “Thanks, but this was not quite right for me.” I’ll refund your purchase promptly, and we’ll still be friends. It’s that simple. You have no risk and nothing to lose.

 


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Disclaimer: As with any exercise or athletic activity there is always a risk of injury. While we can not guarantee how much of a time improvement you may see in your race times, we can say that our members who follow our step-by-step system exactly as it is presented do see a reduction in their race times. Before starting any exercise program, including ours, please see your doctor to make sure you are good enough physical condition do so. Neither Kevin Koskella, any member of TriSwim Coach, or it’s designated representatives assume any liability for your physical well-being.