With a fresh season comes a new opportunity to excel at the sport we all love. Here are some strategies for developing goals that will keep the fire burning long into the season.
Michael Andrew is a USRPT Athlete. He owns 75 National Age Group Records.
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It’s preseason. Training is at the top of your priority, and your recovery is essential to getting through the next few weeks of high intensity workouts. For the 19-20 hours in the day that you spend off the pool deck, you have complete control over your recovery and how well you treat your body.
SWIM SPEED STROKES breakS down the pull, kick, core movement, and timing of elite swimmers PVK, Rebecca Soni, Aaron Peirsol, Rowdy Gaines, Ashley Whitney, Vlad Morozov, Ariana Kukors, Andrew Gemmell, Laura Sogar, Nicolas Fink, Elizabeth Beisel, Doug Reynolds & Melanie Margalis.
Consistency is one of the hallmarks of championship swimmers. Here are 4 tips for becoming a more consistent swimmer in training.
TYR Sport is proud to announce that three of its athletes — Matt Grevers, Michael McBroom and Jimmy Feigen– have earned bids to the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
The inaugural 2014 Youth Fantasy Camp for ages 12-17 will be held October 9–12, followed by an adult Fantasy Camp for ages 18 and older from October 17-19. Space is limited, with registration deadlines on September 3 for youth camp and September 10 for adult camp.
OU’s Shawn Kornoelje shares a mid-summer’s distance set that he did with his Horizon League championship winning Golden Grizzlies.
Is your swimwear not lasting as long as you would like? If you’re wearing your swimsuit in chlorinated water on a regular basis, there are few things to lengthen your swimsuits life.
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Many swimmers will be heading to collegiate programs for the first time this year. Here is something that every freshman swimmer needs to know.
One of the best resources an athlete has access to is their coach. A suggestion from Michael Klueh, a Dolfin sponsored athlete and swimmer at Club Wolverine, is to have a goal meeting with your coach.
#6 – Ask for help if you need it.
All of the elite swimmers of the world rotate their bodies along the long axis, the axis that their body is moving down the pool, while swimming freestyle and backstroke. They don’t just rotate a little bit. They rotate a lot. The question is, why?
MYST’s Michael Fleming shares a set to help your swimmers pace their 200 and 500 yard swims.