5 Ways to Swim Out of Your Comfort Zone

Swimming excellence requires stepping out of our comfort zone. Here are 5 ways to help you blast forwards and onwards with your swimming.

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SwimMom Musings: What Matters Most

Swimming is one of the most demanding sports in the world. Every parent and swimmer know this all to well. It can be frustrating, exhausting and some days just plain hard on your emotions.

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Less Than 1 Yr Out, Rio 2016 Organizers Slash Budget, Volunteer Force

Amid a severe economic crisis plaguing the site country of Brazil, Rio 2016 Olympic Game organizers met in a series…


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6 Tips on How to Be a Happy Swim Parent

We need to be encouraging when things aren’t going so swimmingly. I truly believe if we enjoy the process, our kids will, too.

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Why You Should Be Consistently Reviewing Your Swimming

Reviewing your swimming is a powerful way to get more from your swimming. Here are 4 ways to swim faster by evaluating your swimming.

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Rio 2016 Online Store Set To Open Globally February 2016

First, fans were able to vote on the 2016 Rio Olympic and Paralympic Games mascots’ names. Then, the characters, ‘Tom’…

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Swimming’s TopTenTweets of the Week: #4 ‘Bama-LSU Twitter Feud

See #4 for why Alabama head coach Dennis Pursley (above) is THE ONE.

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Staying True to Your Goals: The 4 Stages of Swimming Awesomeness

Achieving big stuff can be confusing and frustrating. Here are the 4 stages that every swimmer goes through on their way to achieving their goals.

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Aussie Leisel Jones Releases Book On Her Battle With Depression

Now-retired Australian breaststroking champion, Leisel Jones, shares stories of how she battled depression, thoughts of suicide, even while on top of her game.

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How to Be a More Coachable Swimmer

Elite swimmers have the shared trait of being highly coachable. Here are 5 tips for being a more coachable swimmer so that you can make the most of your time in the water.

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USA Swimming Passes Legislation To Strengthen SafeSport, Punish Doping

USA Swimming’s House of Delegates approved 27 new pieces of legislation to improve the organization’s SafeSport program and help further restrict anti-doping violators.

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Quebec Man Refuses To Wear Swim Cap; Escorted Out By Police

Requiring everyone to wear swim caps at a pool led to a man being escorted out of the pool by police in Quebec.

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5 Tips for Bouncing Back From Injury

There are fewer things more frustrating to a swimmer than injury. Here are 5 tips to bounce back from an injury.

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Are You Swimming to Win or Swimming Not to Lose? (And Why The Difference Matters.)

The difference between swimmers who swim to win compared to those who swim to not lose might seem like a trivial difference. But here’s how much of an impact it can actually have.

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The Swimmer’s Guide to Creating Awesome Habits

Ready to take your swimming to the next level? Developing awesome habits is the ultimate shortcut to fast swimming. Here’s how to make them work for you.

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Doping: Is It Worth The Risk?

Anabolic steroids is one of the most common drugs being used in the swim world, causing major health problems to swimmers who are caught abusing.

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Incorporating Yoga Into Your Seasonal Plan

Find out how sport specific yoga can be used effectively in a periodized training plan…

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