The man. The legend. The staggering number of titles. Here are some of legendary swim coach Eddie Reese’s favorite sets for getting swimmers in shape.
Feeling those pre-race nerves? Stop worrying about being nervous. It’s the fear and worrying about being nervous that makes it a bad thing or not.
One of the best and under-utilized tools you can unleash on your swimming is keeping a swim log. Here are 8 reasons to start using one today.
When Mark Tewksbury got into the water for the final of 100m backstroke at the 1992 Olympics, he felt like he’d already been there a thousand times.
Here’s how Natalie Coughlin harnessed the power of intense focus in practice to deliver epic and gold-medal winning performances on race day.
If it’s success you want with your swimming, stop obsessing over the outcome and results and start focusing on the process.
Kieren Perkins was the dominant distance swimmer of the 1990s. Here’s the legend’s advice on how swimmers can get mentally tough.
The pressure of competitive is very real. Here’s one Olympian’s advice on how to manage the stress and anxiety of racing.
How did the greatest swimmer in history prepare on the day of his biggest performances? Here is what you can learn from Michael Phelps’ full race day routine.
Tom Dolan battled through exercise-induced asthma and a narrow windpipe to become one of the greatest IM specialists in history.
Here’s how external self-talk, or talking to yourself, can help you keep cool under pressure when things get tough at the pool.
Visualization is a mental training skill that swimmers can use to boost confidence. Here’s how some of the top swimmers on the planet use it.
Master the breaststroke with these seven tips for improving breaststroke technique from some of the best breaststrokers on the planet.
Faster freestyle swimming starts with efficient technique. Here are seven tips for improving your freestyle stroke technique.