Cullen Jones. “Speedo’s new Bullet Head Snorkel is super comfortable, with a low profile, stable design that is designed especially for us sprinters.”
If you’ve ever made the mistake of opening a swimmer’s backpack, chances are you were treated to a nice, sweet smell of chlorine twisted with a harsh blend of mildew, goldfish and moisturizer.
Kiefer’s Core Board brings new variety to training in an alien looking shape that is fueled by functionality.
Hell week is quickly approaching, the week between Christmas and New Years when swimmers do a month’s worth of training in five long, difficult days. Here’s what you’re going to need to get through it…
#3 – The Santa Sack Relay
Yoga can significantly increase core strength and flexibility while lengthening muscles, creating a more streamlined physique in swimming.
Dolfin President/CEO Jim Korth: “The transition from the old logo to the new one is very symbolic to our growth within the swimwear market. We’re extremely proud of our legacy and company values we’ve stood by for nearly 75 years.”
One of the biggest challenges for educators and coaches over the past several years has been finding proven methods for engaging young people in creating self-direction, and empowering them to overcome the obstacles in their lives.
Even top level swimmers like Jimmy Feigen can have bad swims. Here are 5 ways to bounce back the next time you have a bad performance at the pool.
It seems a little surreal to write that number—after all, where did 2014 actually go? With the inevitable turning of…
How do we move from wanting or desiring to reach a goal to taking action in order to get it? In other words, what are the best ways for us to motivate ourselves, or to motivate others?
Swimmers are always looking for a way to get a little bit of an advantage over the competition. We spend…
One of the newest innovations in swim training are swim watches. A few years ago you could only use a Garmin to monitor your open water swimming, but now there are several swim watches that will record data while you swim in a pool.
In most swimming pool or non-diving situations when the victim’s medical history is irrelevant, blackouts occur due to prior hyperventilation, followed immediately by rapid, repetitive breath-holding.