High School Swim Coach Amy Webb describes their implementation of USRPT with the Fairview HS Boys Swim Team in Boulder, CO.
The key to establishing and maintaining a strong parent / child relationship is to love your child regardless of their performance. By providing this unconditional love, you will build the foundation for a strong relationship for many years to come.
What’s going on in our heads when we swim? If you’re a typical swimmer, an ocean of noise — concerns, fears, urges, goals, hunger pangs — rushes in.
Reasons why we swim? Work ethic? Friends? Vanity? Here are my reasons. Tell me why you swim…
All information in this video was sourced from the CDC and World Health Organization websites. The chemical byproducts listed are real, and we encourage everyone who watches this video to do the research for themselves.
#2 COMMIT – “Commit not only to your rehab program, but commit to coming back to the sport. Without looking at the end goal the days of rehab to follow will be ten fold harder.”
So what type of things do we do, and think, during practice? Here is a list of the top 10 things a swimmer does or thinks during practice.
Courtesy of Gary Hall Sr., 10-time World Record Holder, 3-time Olympian, 1976 Olympic Games US Flagbearer and The Race Club co-founder.
SwimOutlet.com Launches Official 2015/16 Racing Suit Technology Guide Together with Its Annual 2015 Tech Suit Reviews
Suits covered in the 2015 Tech Suit Reviews include traditional swim brands such as Arena, TYR, blueseventy and Dolfin, as well as relative newcomers to the U.S. market Hammerhead, Jaked and Rocket Science Sports.
If you are a swim parent for any duration of time, you will eventually feel the guilty sting of accidentally missing your child’s event.
In part 2 of the Florida Swim Network’s “Pro Talk” series with Eric McGinnis, Roy Burch, and Elvis Burrows, the…
Swimming for a gold medal club is tough. Here are five misconceptions about gold medal clubs that always win the state meet.
This week, the Swim Viking dives into the specifics of how to put a low-carb, high-fat diet into action.
A Division I head swimming coach struggles over whether or not to buy the expensive kneeskin suits for his kids, only 7 and 10 years old. What would you do?