Another school year is rolling, which means the eternal struggle of balancing swimming and school is upon you again. Here are 6 tips for overcoming the struggle.
A new season is coming, and with it, a fresh chance to do it even better. Here are 7 ways to do it better this year.
#1 – You underestimated how much work was needed.
It’s out there on our pool decks. Bad body language. And it drives your coach crazy. Here is how powerful this bad habit can actually be on swimmers.
The roar of the crowd, the thunderous swimming in the pool and the whistles coaches unleash at their swimmers can make it hard to notice much else but what is happening in the water.
Swim coaches coach because they love the sport and their athletes. And we love ’em right back. Here are 10 swim coach stereotypes that we see on our local pool decks.
Can we try too hard to achieve our goals in the pool? Is there a point where our passion for our swimming becomes counter-productive?
Ever catch yourself drifting off mentally? Here are 3 ways to stay focused.
Recently I got an email from a young swimmer asking whether he should start writing out his workouts. Here’s an expanded version of my answer.
Ready to build a delightfully awesome pre-race routine to help you swim at your maximum at your next big meet? Start here.
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.
Even the elite swimmers have bad swims. Here is a simple, yet extremely powerful, 3 step plan for dealing with a poor swim.
Swimming better and faster starts with the ultimate fundamental–proper technique. Here’s what swimmers need to know about getting their technical game tight.
At some point—today, tomorrow, next week—we’ll have a bad practice. Here’s a sneaky way to bounce back quicker.
Here is one of my favorite tricks for keeping calm behind the blocks, while also helping you swim with more control and speed. Whammy!