Here are “four tips” that coaches can help their swimmers with the college recruiting process.
“Helping swimmers and parents through the recruiting process is a full time job, and you can’t expect your club coach to do everything that is necessary to help you get recruited.”
#10 When someone asks you if you miss competitive swimming, it’s never a straightforward ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer.
It is pretty easy to find a strong swimming school by looking at the rankings, but what about all of the other schools that are not consistently ranked. How do you determine if a school has a good swim program and if it is headed in the right direction?
10 things I notice while swimming masters rather than cheering from the sidelines.
Every swim team has them…the loafers who are undeniably giving 50% max at practice day after day, the sneaky strategists who find a shortcut in every set, the save-ups who manage to leave a killer practice with a ton of energy…you know them as THE SLACKERS!
We caught up with Whitley’s coach Crystal Coleman of the Penn Charter Aquatic Club to get some insights into Whitley’s training and the duo’s plans for the coming season.
23 Common Mistakes Swimmers Make That Undermine Their Training
You don’t have to win or even go a best time or have perfect strokes, starts or turns, but you do have to RACE. Coaches want to see you race.
What you do this summer and the first couple months of college is crucial in setting yourself up for a good freshman year.
Contributor, Rick Paine, is a friend and an expert on the college recruiting process. He is also the Director of Swimming…
“Body image is an inescapable part of our society, but too often mainstream culture focuses on two categories: overweight and skinny.”
I was asked recently by a new swim parent on how to motivate your swimmer. The short answer is that you cannot motivate your child. Motivation comes from within.
Amherst gets a big commit from sprint freestyler Kaison Ifill of Massachusetts.