Thanks to our Pan Pacs partner, BridgeAthletic, today we featured Anthony Ervin’s 3 Favorite Exercises. This summer at US Nationals, Ervin battled a lightning fast final to win the title in the 50m freestyle.
Thanks to our Pan Pacs partner BridgeAthletic, today we will feature Tom Shields, currently one of the best butterfliers in the world. Tom had a breakout meet this summer at US Nationals, winning the 100m and 200m butterfly events.
Looking to make some striking improvements to your swimming? The quickest way to becoming a faster swimmer is not the way you think.
Thanks to BridgeAthletic, our Pan Pacific Championships event partner, we feature Nathan Adrian’s favorite exercises. Nathan’s top three “Bridge exercises” are the Weighted Pull Up, the Hex Bar Dead Lift and the Disc Freestyle Slide.
No matter how things ended this season a clean slate in the form of a new season is upon us. Here are 6 tips for training smarter next year.
#5 – SLIP, SLOP, SLAP. It’s an Aussie slogan to cover up from the sun which is intense Down Under.
9-time Olympic medalist and Australian Swim Star Ian Thorpe shares his thoughts on watching the races at the 2014 European Championships.
Achieving big stuff can be confusing and frustrating. Here are the 4 stages that every swimmer goes through on their way to achieving their goals.
Courtesy of Gary Hall Sr., 10-time World Record Holder, 3-time Olympian, 1976 Olympic Games US Flagbearer and The Race Club…
Guest contributor Josh Davis is a 5-time Olympic medalist, former captain of the USA National Team and a television sports…
Flexibility is an important part of every swimmer’s training, but it is often overlooked. Not only does flexibility improve your range of motion, but it also protects against injury. Let’s discuss a few ways you can improve your flexibility within your training to improve your athleticism in the water.
Getting back into the water after a long break can be daunting. Here are 5 tips for making the transition from couch potato to high flyin’ swimmer a little easier.
Elite swimmers have the shared trait of being highly coachable. Here are 5 tips for being a more coachable swimmer so that you can make the most of your time in the water.
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.