Backstroke = The Chips and Salsa: “The chips and salsa start off the meal, but if the salsa isn’t good then people start getting worried about the rest of the meal. In contrast, good chips and salsa can make the rest of the meal taste incredible.”
Swimmers and former swimmers of all ages will be able to relate to the video, put together by Sarasota YMCA Shark Ellie Berdusco, a high school senior and Notre Dame commit.
NATIONAL CLUB SWIMMING ASSOCIATION JUNIOR NATIONALS ORLANDO, Florida – Spring championships are here. And with it, comes the NCSA Spring…
Has a stranger ever approached you and said, “Let me guess…you’re a swimmer?” Swimmers might be surprised each time this happens, but we really shouldn’t be. There are so many telltale giveaways we spend most of our time in a swimming pool. (Featured Swimmer Body: Matt Grevers)
With American record holder (and last year’s champion) Emma Reaney seeded in fourth place by over two seconds, this year’s 200 yard breaststroke could go to anyone.
The key to success is known by many, but applied by few.
Contest: Tell us the Funkita print you love and you could win a Free Giveaway through SwimOutlet.com
Aussie swimwear label Funkita has released a whole new print range and we’ve got an exciting giveaway through US retail partner SwimOutlet.com to celebrate the launch.
Swimmers are a talented bunch, and this extends well beyond the pool. Here are 10 typical excuses swimmers use to bow out of practice.
#2 COMMIT – “Commit not only to your rehab program, but commit to coming back to the sport. Without looking at the end goal the days of rehab to follow will be ten fold harder.”
The plateau for a swimmer can be a scary time. No matter what your swimmer does, he or she doesn’t drop time. Here are three tips to help your swimmer make it through a plateau…
Ready to build a delightfully awesome pre-race routine to help you swim at your maximum at your next big meet? Start here.
“Why is the focus on the top swimmers? Why don’t younger kids get more attention?”
#1 – You’re horrible at IM, but you wish the 100 IM was an event in NCAA 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.”