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Flying North

There is change is in the air at Fit&Abel after a record setting summer in NZ. A plethora of warm sunny days has meant endless opportunities for Open Water Swimming. Our Open Water Fitness and Technique Series continued to establish itself on the Christchurch swim calendar as a fun social environment for open water swimmers to develop their craft. Next summers series is already open with season passes available https://fitandabel.com/events-bookings/fitabel-summer-201213-series/open-water-fitness-and-technique-series/. While I prepare to fly north for the Northern Hemisphere season Fit&Abel’s NZ program will be in good hands with coach Henry Lawson helping Christchurch based swimmers refine and develop their swim technique over the New Zealand winter. You can read more and contact Henry via https://fitandabel.com/events-bookings/fitabel-summer-201213-series/personal-121-techniquefitnessfilming-lessons/.

For those in the North after a harsh UK winter I know everyone is looking forward to a well-deserved summer time. The UK summer open water swimming and triathlon program is jam packed full of terrific events. We are once again partnering with SwimTrek to deliver open water technique and fitness training at Londons Premiere Open Water Swim Training Venue – Tooting Bec Lido. The program starts 3 June. It does book up fast so please visit our UK page sooner rather than later to ensure you get the help you need at the start of the swim season – don’t join the leave it to the last minute crowd and find your open water swim experience tainted by silly mistakes that could have been avoided with a simple training session with one of our team https://fitandabel.com/events-bookings/uk-swim-coaching-swim-fitness-2013/

No matter where in the world you are there is swimming to be done. In the southern hemisphere most swimmers are now indoors working on technique and building the fitness base ready for spring. In the UK swimmers are already enjoying the Open Water, acclimatising to the water temperature and the outdoor environment and enjoying swimming as in its purest form. Time for me to fly … Dan

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