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What’s next for Reece Whitley? Q&A with Penn Charter Aquatic Club coach Crystal Coleman

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.

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5 Goals Every Swimmer Should Set This Season

Let’s take a look at the 5 goals every swimmer can put their mind to this season, and how they’ll put you on the fast track to great summer performances.

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Swimmers, Sweat, and Why You Need Electrolytes

In the water, the obvious indicators of dehydration are less apparent—excessive sweating, dry mouth, overheating, etc., so it’s easy to forget to drink fluids steadily throughout practice.

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3 Ways to Recover and Refresh Post-Season

3 Ways to recover and refresh between the short course and long course season.

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3 Restorative Yoga Poses to Help the Effectiveness of Your Taper

Restorative yoga is a very powerful tool to enhance recovery…

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Learning the Finishing Kick

How can a rockette line help you finish your race? Larry Arnold will explain how.

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5 Ways to Relax Before Your Next Big Race

#3 – Search your history of awesome swims for what worked.

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MUSIC VIDEO: Queens University of Charlotte training montage

Check out this music video from Queens University of Charlotte, which puts together some awesome GoPro footage to give an inside glimpse into the varied training methods of a top college swim team.

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5 Things You Will Take Away From Swimming

Olivier Poirier-Leroy is a former national level swimmer based out of Victoria, BC. In feeding his passion for swimming, he…

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McGinnis: 5 Training Tips For Sprinters

Eric McGinnis is the Rollins College Strength & Conditioning Coach and Sports Performance Specialist, a former Kentucky All-American and World University…

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Learning to Survive – and Thrive – While Swimming Injured

Champions don’t back down from a challenge, and injuries are one of the most prevalent challenges in sports and swimming. Sometimes the best way to overcome an injury is to take a step back and make a plan.

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Incorporating Open Water Swimming in Pool Workouts

For many open water swimmers in the northern hemisphere, it’s still a bit too cold to hit the open water,…

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USC Coach Dave Salo talks USRPT, coaching philosophy on Ritter Sports Performance Podcast

USC Head Coach Dave Salo shares some insights into his coaching philosophy and training methodology, including his thoughts on USRPT.

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Open Water Swimming – the pool is good

It is well know amongst elite open water swimmers that if you want to be fast in the open water…

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