Staying in better shape by maintaining your strength from one season to the next will help you manage preseason training better and set you up for a great training cycle. Let’s discuss three ways you can maintain your strength over the course of your break.
Olympic Champion Misty Hyman headlines three BREAKout! Swim Clinics.
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.
The things we tell ourselves matters. Here are 5 things you’ll never hear a successful swimmer tell themselves.
The Arena Pro Swim Series will be held at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center (MCAC) in Charlotte this weekend. MCAC has been known as one of those special places where fast swimming happens without a lot of glitz and glamour.
Is fear holding you back from achieving your potential in the pool? Here are 7 tips to swim fearlessly in 2015.
This time around, Vaziri walks viewers through the finer details of the flip turn, focusing on a tight tuck, a quick rotation and the role of your feet in producing a fast, technically sound flip turn.
Breaststroke is the most challenging, inefficient and slowest of the four strokes. It is also the key to a successful IM.
One of the all-time greats, Alex Popov of Russia dominated the sprint freestyle events in the 1990’s. Here are 7 things you might not have known about the Sprint Tsar.
In today’s Coach’s Intel Shaynah Jerrell of ATOM shares a broken 200 set that she likes to use with her swimmers.
Good swim coaches bring out the best in their athletes. Here are 16 things swim coaches say when on deck at the local pool.
There is more to a strong kick than flexibility. For the down kick, the quadriceps, hip flexors and core muscles have to be incredibly strong in order to create a quick snap of the foot backwards…
Freestyle kick butterfly is not easy to do, but if done properly with a consistent kick and with fins, a swimmer can feel the surge forward as he or she throws the head down and swings the arms forward after each breath.
We all have ’em. Those workouts where nothing seems to go your way. Here is how to make the most of those sessions in the pool.