Chapter 1 Swim Gear and Settings; Chapter 2 Stroke and Turn Technique; Chapter 3 Swim Training Guidelines; Chapter 4 Pre-Workout Routines and Drills; Chapter 5 Building Swim Fitness; Chapter 6 Building a Base; Chapter 7 Increasing Anaerobic Threshold; Chapter 8 Increasing Speed; Chapter 9 Swimming the IM; Chapter 10 Levels 1-6; Chapter 11 Training for a Race.
Janet Evans, a five-time Olympic medallist and one of the most successful female swimmers of all time, is arguably the best in U.S. history. By age 11 she was setting national age group records and in 1987 she set world records in the 400, 800, and 1,500 metre freestyle events. At the 1988 Olympics, her first, she won three golds in the above events just before her 17th birthday and became the media darling of the Games. She swam to gold again in the 1992 Olympics in the 800m free, having dominated the event since Seoul and took silver in the 400m freestyle. Her Olympic career ended in 1996 where, although she did not medal, she was honoured with the prestigious task of handing the Olympic torch to Muhammad Ali, who lit the cauldron.
""Janet Evans is simply the greatest female swimmer in history. She
shares her unmatched knowledge and expertise, as well as her
passion for swimming, in this amazing book. You will absolutely
love it and be motivated to be your best in and out of the
Three-Time Olympic Gold Medalist and Hall of Fame Swimmer, NBC Broadcaster