Master your breathing. Swimming is a unique sport in that you have to work on your technique, strength, aerobic capacity, starts, turns and more, and then, on top of all that, you need to condition your lungs and respiratory muscles to time your breathing properly. There are a few different ways to improve your breathing capacity. There are different breathing exercises for swimmers that boost their lung capacity, including using a respiratory training device, breathing patterns, and hypoxic sets.
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