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?
5-time Olympic medalist, Josh Davis, has been training USRPT since last year. After hearing so much debate about this training method, he decided to try it himself. Listen to his results…
# 3 – A little protein before a workout goes a long way.
Interviews may seem intimidating, but the key to making a good impression is to prepare. The famous, “Do you have any questions” can be a crucial part of any interview.
Through painstaking trial-and-error (and lots of poolside naps), I have put together the ultimate survival guide for college swimming training trip newbies.
“If you want to live an A+ life, you need to do A+ work” — Gerry Leeds (1922-2014)
#3 – Swim coaches will be some of the most important people in your life and some of your biggest supporters, in and out of the pool.
You may have heard swim coaches use the term Hypoxic Training and wondered exactly what it meant. The literal definition means to swim with fewer breaths per length and so limit the supply of oxygen to your body.
Before Foxcatcher: The story of the Swimming Hall of Fame and the John du Pont not depicted in FOXCATCHER, the movie
“The Carell character (playing du Pont) in the movie is not the man I knew,” said swim coach Frank Keefe, who walked out of the film before it ended in disgust. “The John du Pont I knew was my friend, a patriot and a hero…”
Bryana Cielo shares the 5 items required for a successful swim meet.
Indie Swimming: “With Christmas just ahead, it has caused us to reflect on things we are thankful for. With swimming being a big part of our family experience, we decided to list five things each that we appreciated about the USRPT approach to training.”
5-time Olympic Medalist, Josh Davis, breaks down your swimming career, and why USRPT works for the majority of swimmers.
#4 – You save “vacation days” at work to use for travel to out-of-town meets.