The TN coaches break down some of the best gifts for triathletes this holiday season. From the mundane necessities (chamois cream anyone?) to high end new gear, this guide should have something for everyone.
Understanding swim lingo can be a challenge; similar to learning a new language for most. Instead of spending your quality workout time on with your feet on the pool floor here is a “user manual” to help guide you to more swimming and less interpreting.
TNM athletes tackled the challenging mission of swimming the Postal Swim. The objective of the Postal Swim as defined by the USMS is: to swim as far as possible in one hour in any pool you choose that is 25 yards or longer (our choice being the fantastic ECAC the home to our now 2x […]
RING, RING! What’s that? Class is almost in session! As many of you TNM’ers already know, swimming is a highly technical sport. The smallest of tweaks in your stroke mechanics can make a world of difference and increase your efficiency, endurance, comfort in the water, and even prevent injuries. Yes, even swimmers can get injured […]
TNM wants to get as many of you as possible to participate in the Puget Sound “Swim for Life” event on Wednesday, August 19th. Right now we have 4 teams and we’re looking to dominate the event! It’s a 2.5 mile swim across Lake Washington from Medina Beach to Madison Park Beach. You swim as […]
New TN Multisports caps have arrived! Support the team and sport your new cap at your next open water swim or at the pool. Recognize your fellow team members and look good while training! We will have caps at all team events for $5 each.
I’m happy to announce that TN Multisports is now offering dry land swim training classes! Years of swimming and repetitive laps is not enough to truly develop the muscles used in swimming. You can minimize time in the water by incorporating basic swim exercises in your strength training routines. Swimming uses slow twitch muscle fibers […]