The Viking covers the three energy systems that contribute to the different intensities of athletic movement and how those relate to swim training.
NCAA swimming officially began conference championship season last week with a few Division II conferences handing out hardware. Division I…
“Howard Wheeler helped me become a man. I started at Furman not knowing a single person, as a shy, unheralded, barely recruited, average swimmer. Howard not only helped me come out of my shell, but he saw what no other coach had ever seen.”
The Screaming Viking begins a series on nutrition in the sport of swimming with some new takes on the traditional wisdom of swimming nutrition plans.
Simmons College swimmer, Alex Vutech, coaches Woodstock Swim Team and gets more than she bargained for.
UConn junior Mike Lennon gives an inside glimpse at the Huskies’ training trip to Puerto Rico.
February 4th is National Girls and Women in Sports Day. It’s a day to celebrate female athletes everywhere!
As we approach a tough phase in our yearly training cycle it is time for athletes to ask themselves the question. Am I a student of swimming or a student who swims?
“What do you think our coach would do if we started fighting with our rival team at the end of conference meet?”
It’s a Friday morning in January. It’s dark. It’s cold. It’s been a long week at work, and an even…
Gillian Ryan: The distinction between someone’s sex and their gender is something we should all consider when interacting with others.
Do you love coaching? Do you wish you could use your expertise to make a substantial living? Are you ready to take the next step for your professional career?
Piranhas Swim Club coach Jay Smith shares some math tips to help your swimmers get the most out of your practices.