Two Swimming Legends Making Program Debuts At Arizona St-Pacific Dual

Bob Bowman and Simon Burnett make their college coaching debuts at their respective programs as ASU and Pacific compete against each other in their season-openers.

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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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Psych 101: Focus on the Parts of Swimming You Can Control

How do you know what causes you to mentally sabotage your race and how do you overcome it?

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A Close Race Between BYU And Utah in Season-Opener Relay Meet

The University of Utah competes in their first meet against BYU in a relay only meet, led by head coach Joe Dykstra.

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Utah Swim And Dive Announces 2015-2016 Schedule

The Utah swim team, led by senior Kristian Kron, announced 2015-2016 schedule for both men and women.


USC Men’s Team Announces 2015-2016 Schedule

The USC’s Trojans men’s team, led by senior Morten Klarskov, has announced their schedule for 2015-2016 season.

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USC Women’s Swim And Dive 2015-2016 Schedule Announced

The USC’s Trojans, led by senior Kendyl Stewart, have announced there schedule for the 2015-2016 season.

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Go In-depth with Swim Coach Dan Bullock

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.

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How to Become a Smarter Goal-Setter

A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. To set a specific goal you must answer six “W” questions…

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Rebecca Soni: Life Outside the Pool

We recently chatted with Rebecca about life after Olympic glory, overcoming obstacles, and some of her proudest moments outside of swimming.


4 Ways to Optimize your Time Prior to a Championship Meet

As the physical demand of training lightens with taper and you spend less time at the pool, how you manage the remaining hours in your day becomes more critical.

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4 Reasons Why You Should Get Your Stroke Technique Analyzed

The sheer density of the water we have to swim through – 800 times denser than air, to be precise – means that learning to swim efficiently should be an aspiring athlete’s first priority.


How to Nail the Taper

Reach your body’s peak performance level by diminishing training volume—enabling your body to recover from the physiological stress of months of heavy training. Literature suggests the taper period should involve a reduction to 40-60% of one’s training volume to maximize performance gains.


5 Keys to Finding the Motivation to Train

For many former competitive swimmers, finding the motivation to return to consistent training after a long and intense career can be challenging.

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