Practicing proper technique is arguably the #1 measure you can take to prevent or recover from an overuse injury. To avoid technique that can aggravate an injury, warm-up with 3-5 drills before every workout.
FINIS has been a proud sponsor of Weggemann over the past year, and has been truly inspired by her ability to continue redefining her own limitations. Weggemann’s story is an incredible one, but everyday individuals around the world experience small and large setbacks of their own.
Featured Image: FINIS Swimming HQ yesterday. (Thanks to everyone for sharing their Halloween photos!)
Leg strength can make or break a race – in both sprint and distance events. Here are 3 easy ways to build leg strength in the water…
This simple element in both the catch and the recovery is entirely crucial to the efficiency of all four strokes.
Using the Cardio Cap takes the guessing game out of hypoxic training. The Cardio Cap allows for intensified hypoxic training by restricting air flow at a safer, more regulated level.
Swim Training courtesy of FINIS, a SwimSwam partner. One of the greatest challenges in swimming is the ability to maintain…
True swimming power comes from the hips. Try this swimming set.
Backstroke requires an intricate coordination between head position, chest rotation and hip alignment all of which are tied closely to one thing: timing.
This week, try pairing a Swim Parachute with a distance set to cut down on the yardage without sacrificing the endurance component.
We challeng you to crank up the speed on turns! Dedicating time during workout to wall speed is crucial in maintaining a consistently strong turn.
Swim Training courtesy of FINIS, a SwimSwam partner. Featured image courtesy of Mike Lewis: Jason Dunford Agility Paddles are an…
Filip Zaborowski is one of the best young distance swimmers in the world. At 20 years of age, his time of 7:55.65 in the Men’s 800m Freestyle has put him into the top-20 on the FINA World Rankings
A key ingredient of a successful underwater kick is a proper coordination between the movements of the head, chest, hips and feet. Without a balance between all movements of the body a swimmer sacrifices speed, strength and efficiency in underwater kicking.