My wife, Cindy, and I had Bill Krum visit us on Saturday February 25th. We talked a lot of swimming and then enjoyed sushi at a local restaurant.
The biggest lesson that swimming didn’t teach me is that life goes on. I didn’t about life once I was done with swimming. Nobody prepared me for when I would be done.
It’s spring break! That means sun, fun, and extra time to try out this weeks awesome new stroke clinic drill.
Can failure be a good influence on our lives? Sure, success is important, but failure can be just as or even more important than success.
This week’s FINIS Set of the Week (#SOTW) comes from Cejih “CG” Yung, who has been involved with swimming on both the coaching and professional sides of the sport for over 10 years.
I was fortunate to hear Michael Phelps speak last week, sitting with my fellow swim moms and Masters swimmers.
It was during a Long Course meet. While enjoying a delightful conversation with a Swim Dad (chatting about everything, BUT…
Here is another incredible drill for two swimmers to get competitive and take their kicking to a new level. We like to call this the Wrestling Drill.
In life, we often hold on to things that could help others more than us. I had no idea what a t-shirt could do, until I re-met Anton. Through Eset, Anton earned his gold medal.
This week is Partner Drills week, and today we review the Eiffel Tower drill. This drill is an underwater kicking drill designed for more skilled swimmers to work on all facets of their kicking.
OWP Board of Advisors members and NBC Olympic Commentator Rowdy Gaines offers a few pieces of advice for those just jumping into to open water swimming.
We learned big lessons as a family at our daughter’s conference meet—mostly that things don’t go as planned.
By Robert Sullivan, fourth in a series They swim because nothing lasts forever. High school kids do seem to realize…
After a busy week here at Phlex, sometimes we just gotta kick our tails up and unwind.
Everyone works the bottom of their stroke, we reach, then push and propel ourselves forward. But we are dealing with two different elements while swimming, water and air.