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!
Ready to master the mental side of your swimming? Here are all of the resources you will need to swim tougher, smarter and faster this year.
All swimmers have bad swims. Here are 5 ways to bounce back the next time you have a bad performance at the pool.
Struggling to gain traction with your swimming goals so far this season? Here are 6 reasons you aren’t seeing the success you want.
Swim meets provide valuable lessons and growing opportunities for swimmers. Here are 7 reasons every swimmer should be going to swim meets.
Looking to improve your underwater dolphin kick? Here’s why adding one dolphin kick per wall, is the fastest way to…
Want to get ahead of tomorrow’s workout? Here are 7 simple things that you can do today to make sure tomorrow’s practice goes down like a cool glass of success.
Using a training journal gives you much more than just a record of your workouts. It can help you clean up your nutrition habits, get mentally stronger, and even help you recover faster. Here’s how to go next-level with your log book.
15 Swimmer Stereotypes we love and hate. Which one are you?
Swimming is far more than just a sport for many of us. Here are just a few of the endless reasons that I swim.
There are fewer things more frustrating to a swimmer than injury. Here are 5 tips to bounce back from an injury.
Swimming – and sport in general – offers a rich proving ground for developing mental training skills that can serve you a great deal of good outside of the pool. Here are 6 hacks for getting the most of that grey mush between your ears.
Swimmers pride themselves on having legendary work ethics. We take satisfaction in knowing that our workload—even as young athletes—far exceeds that which is typical of other major sports.