Dryland training

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noun - Dryland training (or simply dryland) is a term used by swimmers and swimming coaches that refers to physical conditioning that a swimmer does out of the water. It is a form of cross training that includes cardiovascular, flexibility, and strength activities with the goal to condition, stretch and strengthen muscles that are used in swimming while building fitness and athleticism.

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Alex Meyer, Open Water Swimming Olympian

Alex Meyer is a long-time member of USA Swimming and its national open water swimming team talks about life outside the pool:

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