There are many different styles of paddles to choose from. So how do you know which ones are right for you?
Summertime and “open swim” is fast approaching. It seems as if coaches and swimmers are always competing for lane space.
We all make the trip to the pool for a slightly different reason. What is yours? #whyswim
There are a few differences between racing long course and short course events. The short axis strokes experience the largest shift between seasons.
Editor’s note: the “controller” of a company is in charge of producing financial accounts, building budgets and forecasts, monitoring the…
All elite butterfliers have one thing in common: a great second kick. These few drills will help you master the art.
One of the most common stroke errors is the inability to use both sides of the dolphin kick. Sometimes this issue is hard to diagnose….
Taper can be an extremely stressful time for swimmers, so here are a few tips to help you perform your best!
We have a lot to be thankful for as swimmers. In particular, great new products and great technology.
Another Use for the FINIS Swimmer’s Snorkel – Head Position in Breaststroke Swimmers and coaches use the Swimmer’s Snorkel in…
A new use for the FINIS Tempo Trainer Pro, as a means to keep swimmers at a desired pace and interval.
We often attempt to share a sport that is a big part of our lives, and could also mean a lifetime of physical health and well-being for those around us. How do we convince a loved one to take a dip with us? We have a couple of suggestions.
Why not become the most educated guy/gal in the room on a very interesting subject – your own training?