A Racing Suit with a Wild Print? Arena Kicks off National Team-Inspiration Line with Limited Edition ST
National-Team Print at an Entry Level Price Aims to Inspire Age Group Swimmers
The consistent application of good habits will get you success fast in the pool. Here is how to make habits work for you in the pool and in life.
Olivier Poirier-Leroy is a former national level swimmer based out of Victoria, BC. In feeding his passion for swimming, he…
How successful we are in sport and in life is often as a result of the environment around us. Here are some tips for building an environment that promotes high performance swimming.
With school starting up many swimmers will be waging the familiar battle of swimming, studying, and also trying to get sleep. Here is why you should make sleep a priority this season.
Swimmers at the top of the podium all share one remarkably unremarkable trait. Not genetics or talent. But the ability to get the job done. Here are 6 tips to be the swimmer who gets it done.
All too often we catch ourselves being our own worst enemy. Here are 5 ways that we hold ourselves back in our swimming.
Once upon a time, before I became a swimming coach and instructor at The Race Club, I was an eye surgeon. In fact, I operated on about 50,000 eyes over 25 years, trying to help people see better.
SwimOutlet.com introduced its latest interactive feature called “What the Pros Wear”. Building from their popular crowd-sourced “Style Showcase” launched in late spring, “What the Pros Wear” is a unique platform that allows swim fans to check out suits, gear and accessories worn by the world’s biggest swim stars.
How do you keep your injured swimmers in training? (Featured Image: Alex Meyer, VASA Athlete)
Speedo’s new Nemesis Fin was designed using biomimicry and inspired by the pectoral fin of the Humpback Whale. (Featured image: Ryan Lochte, Speedo Athlete)
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.
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.