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The Zombie Patrol swim team is a group students with special challenges who attend the Arch Academy in San Diego….
In part 6, the Viking forays into training styles and tackles the ever-popular and ever-contentious Ultra-Short Race Pace Training, or USRPT.
From NCAA Division I coaches to age group coaches guiding 8 and unders, here are their 10 thoughts on mental toughness.
#1 – You’re horrible at IM, but you wish the 100 IM was an event in NCAA swimming.
It’s the season for championship meets, and the goal of any program is to finish on top. One of the easiest ways to do this is to compete as a cohesive team, with everyone participating as the best teammate they can be.
Olympian Missy Franklin honored as the United States Junior Chamber’s Ten Outstanding Young Americans
Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin has been has been selected as a recipient of the United States Junior Chamber’s Ten Outstanding Young Americans Award (TOYA), the organization announced Monday.
In what has been an amazing conference championship’s season, an elephant has been sneaking onto the deck.
Eric McGinnis: “Ultra Short Race Pace Training (USRPT) is one of the most widely debated topics in swimming at the moment. It’s also one of the worst names ever created for a training program.”
Erika Braun swam at the 2012 Olympic Trials as one of very small group of over 40s. Now the masters swimming world champion and record holder is putting her life on hold in pursuit of qualification for the 2016 US Olympic Trials, where she will be 44.
This week, the Viking tackles the different types of fast-twitch muscle fibers and more.
Tim Elson: “I’m here to tell you that anyone can experience the magic effects of swimming…”
Swim parents sometimes wonder: “Why is my swimmer in all these hard events?” or “It’s the beginning of the season. My swimmer isn’t going to do well.”