Ins and outs
(Redirected from Ins-and-outs)open water swimmers, triathletes and lifeguards. Typically, the athletes will stand on shore, then run into the water (ocean or lake), dolphin through the shallow water or under the waves, and then swim out to a point not far from shore. They can either rest or turn back immediately to reverse their course: swim, body surf and/or dolphin, and then run up to shore. The ins and outs are repeated and done at maximum intensity.
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