You don’t become the fastest 100m butterflyer in history without doing some super fast swimming in practice. Here is a look at some of Sarah Sjostrom’s practices and training.
Swimming your best means stress and pressure. Often, swimmers also worry about disappointing their swim parents. Here’s how to balance out the swimmer-swim parent relationship so that you can do what everyone wants–to swim fast.
When teammates perform well, and you don’t, you are provided an opportunity to supercharge your own improvement. Here’s how.
You can’t always control your training environment, and you certainly cannot manipulate how tall or how big your feet and hands become, but there is something you can control about your swimming, and it still counts for quite a bit.
Wanna take your swimming and your mindset to the next level this season? This book will help you do just that.
In January 1998 a soft-spoken Bill Pilczuk shook the swimming world when he dethroned the top sprinter in the history of men’s swimming.
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.
Mental toughness isn’t just about being more gritty than the next swimmer; it’s about taking care of yourself between practices. Here’s how sleep will help you be more resilient this season.