Master The 2-beat, 4-beat, 6-beat Kicks For Better Long-Distance Swim Results Are you a triathlete looking for an upper hand when it comes to your freestyle swimming? Master your kick timing and stroke efficiency with SWIMVICE Community's new Kickstart Program. SWIMVICE Community's Kickstart Program demonstrates how to execute various freestyle swimming techniques effectively. When put into practice, it allows swimmers to time their kicks correctly for more efficient strokes. Ultimately, you will see improved speed and stamina, especially when it comes to long-distance swim events. In preparation for races such as the Ironman triathlon, where a grueling swim of at least 2.4 miles is just the first of 3 events, SWIMVICE Community's latest program features swim training techniques that can prove impactful in conserving energy and maintaining speed. The training course runs through, in great depth, effective freestyle swimming techniques for breathing, body positions, kick timing, and stroke cycle. By implementing these as part of your multi-event race strategy, you can maintain a good pace without draining excessive energy. SWIMVICE is headed by experienced swim coach Mandy Bradley, whose coaching methodology is extensively featured on the company's YouTube Channel. Their digital courses offer swimmers structured plans centered around video demos, drills, and progressions. With over a hundred pieces of content already available on the SWIMVICE Community platform through monthly and yearly packages, more digital swim courses will be added regularly. This includes digital plans, swim challenges, scheduled live streams, online discussions, and other bonus features. Beginners, intermediate and experienced swimmers will all find useful resources on the SWIMVICE Community platform, where you can brush up on fundamentals as well as advanced techniques to improve your breaststroke, breathing, water-treading, and freestyle speed. Under the SWIMVICE brand, the California-based company also offers private coaching sessions in the San Francisco Bay Area, for athletes that are aiming to achieve more specific training goals. Go to https://community.swim vice.com to find out more.