Teaching a young child to swim can be challenging. Here are my nine steps to teaching swim lessons.
It is dark outside. Many kids are enjoying their last week of sleeping in. But for the swimmer, today is a new beginning. It is a new season. The sun has not risen and the pool glistens with possibilities.
Most open water swimmers struggle with swimming in a straight line practicing or during competition. They zig-zag wasting precious energy. Not anymore. Now you can swim straight with OnCourse goggles.
“I had the pleasure of talking with Jill Sterkel, four-time Olympian, gold medalist and former head coach of University of Texas women’s swim team… As a coach, she had lots of experience with incoming freshman, plus she’s a parent.”
This advice stands contrary to what high school seniors may have been told, but it’s important that they don’t hide themselves online during the college admissions process.
What most coaches don’t realize is that each stroke has an underwater phase…or at least it should.
Dan has been coaching since 1990. He is a swimmer, former triathlete and now open water swimmer and coach. He has helped thousands get fit for adventures from their first novice Triathlon to swimming the English Channel.
Do you love swimming? Are you a coach or former swimmer with a lot experience in the sport? Have you ever considered owning your own swim businesses?
Ladies, ladies, ladies. Just when we thought the swimming pool was a safe haven for not caring about what you look like… SWIM Practice FASHION is a ‘thing’ these days.
The Crazy Big Swim is the world’s largest virtual swim meet to break a Guinness World Record and raise money to fight childhood cancer.
THE BRICK is the world’s first-ever coreboard, a 6 lb weighted kickboard that turns any kick set into a total body workout that actually changes a swimmer’s body position in the water—even after the kicking is done.
Every swimmer knows the most successful swimmers are also the most confident swimmers. Sprint freestyle races, like any other race, require a lot of confidence in order to be successful particularly because there is no room for error!
Michael Phelps can teach us so much about swimming, sports in general, and reaching your fullest potential. He shows us that you don’t have to be perfect to be the best.