I coached at the club level for 30 years and I always struggled with my swimmers missing practices to take official recruiting visits.
The D-BAND™ is worn around the ankles, holding the feet and legs together while swimming, to eliminate kicking.
This week we decided to take it back to one of the most basic skills in the pool; flip turns.
Nulo® and Michael Phelps encourage pet parents to take back control of their pet’s bowl.
A 13-time Paralympic Gold Medalist and 4-time Paralympian (Athens, Beijing, London, Rio), Jessica has become widely known as one of the most versatile, accomplished swimmers in the world.
A new season is here giving all swimmers new opportunities to swim fast. We are fresh off World Championships and inspiration is running high.
In the early weeks of spring training, swimmers are faced with the challenge of getting back into shape for summer racing. After a solid few weeks of taper, championship meets, and multiple days off from all training, putting in the strength and conditioning that follows can be quite difficult.
We begin every camp at The Race Club by helping each swimmer in setting goals: a short term, medium term and a long term goal.
Goggles are an essential part of all competitive swimmers equipment but often if the straps are too tight or after an extended period of wearing them they can cause “swim goggle headache”.
We’ve changed things up a bit with this weeks video. Over the weekend we took a trip to Minnesota to work on a project (TBA) and, of course, do some stroke clinics.
NZ Manufacturing was in attendance at the annual world clinic conference exhibiting StrechCordzⓇ swim training products, proudly Made in the USA since 1985.
Commit Swimming is a new kind of workout manager for swim teams. For far too long swimming software has lacked creativity and simplicity.
Mizuno, a global leader in premium performance footwear, apparel and equipment, enters the elite U.S. swimming market with its most popular GX Sonic III Men’s elite performance racing suit.
You’ve researched college swim programs, you’ve communicated with coaches, you’ve gone on official visits and received offers to join teams – now how do you select the program that’s best for you?