Distance Tolerance

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noun - Distance Tolerance is a key element of the Pyramid of Open Water Success. It refers to developing one's ability to swim the specific distance of one's chosen open water distance (e.g., 1500 meters, 10 km or 20 miles). This is another basic component of distance freestyle training groups of competitive pool training programs.

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Pyramid of Open Water Success

The Pyramid of Open Water Success is an open water swimming training concept developed by Steven Munatones of the World Open Water Swimming Association. Its purpose is to educate and inspire open water swimmers and coaches to comprehensively prepare themselves or open water swimmers or triathletes to properly train for all aspects of the sport of open water swimming or the swim legs of triathlons.

7 elements of the Pyramid of Open Water Success

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Pyramid of Open Water Swimming Success, Seven Essentials of Open Water Swimming Success

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