No matter what your relationship with your board is, I want to inject passion back into it! Call me the Kickboard counselor.
From how I see it, going through this transition into a new chapter of your life can be viewed in two ways; through a professional perspective, and through a personal perspective.
Recruiting is an exciting time in a swimmer’s life, but it’s time-consuming and can be overwhelming.
Being an athlete is like being an artist. The best swimmers in the world create works of art through their approach to training, recovery, attitude and demeanor.
Why do you swim? It’s so boring. It’s so early. It’s so hard. You stare at a black line for too long. You stink of chlorine. You can’t go out and party.
The strangest thing happened when I arrived back in New Zealand after racing at the World University Games in Korea, everyone congratulated me.
Below are some of the insightful pieces of advice I wish I would have heard as an up and coming coach. Each has a story behind it.
We have discussed the two different basic techniques of track starts, weight forward and weight back, and the importance of coupling motions in improving the outcome of both techniques.
Applying force and decreasing drag affect every level of swimmer in our sport.
The 8th Annual Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic, a unique short course meters competition, will be taking place from October 7th-9th, 2016.
Try the following tips on the way home from a meet and see how your kids react.
In a perfect world, coaches and athletes are on the same page.
“After being a swim coach for 14 years and a science educator for 7 years in sunny Tucson AZ, I know the value of free.” By Chad Castillo
“This is an open letter to Sir Craven asking for his help in fixing the classification problems. Without his help, no progress will be made.” By Layne Bro.