Connolly, Andrew
June 2012
Australian Triathlete;Jun/Jul2012, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p72
The article discusses the importance of cross training such as kayaking for the improvement of triathlon performance. Kayaking, it says, can help improve swimming as both sports use identical muscle groups and several techniques of both sports have overlapping areas. It also notes the similarities and differences of kayaking and swimming techniques that makes the training more fun without requiring more paddling within the weekly training routine.


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