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Re: Ok Fishes, here is the interview we were all waiting for!! [Mike Alexander]
Mike Alexander wrote:
I have heard this before. Why do "real swimmers" not use a watch in the pool? Do they not find value in recording performance or sharing that data with a coach?

They do use a clock. There's one big one that everyone can see. Why is that better?

1.) Easy to see clock on wall versus watch on hand -- especially if the goggles get a bit fogged, and especially when the intervals get more challenging.
2.) Everyone in the workout is syncronized to the exact time.
3.) Watches slow you down.

Edit: I'm also sure that guy remembers all his times for those 400's should he want to inform his coach (if his coach didn't already witness the set).
Last edited by: SH: Oct 23, 18 13:06

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  • Post edited by SH (Dawson Saddle) on Oct 23, 18 13:06