Steele’s coaching wisdom can be summed up simply: “It’s not what you do, but how you do it,” and “if it’s fun to watch, it’s fun to do”.
Food’s importance to a swimmer is comparable to an artist and his workshop, or a captain and his ship or a congressman and his lies: deprived of such necessities, we would fail. #2 – Wheatgrass with orange slice chaser.
“As the interest in USRPT continues to grow worldwide, Team Andrew Indie Swimming has decided to provide a place for coaches interested in discussing their USRPT experience or raise questions about this approach in the ASCA Exhibit Hall, Booth 449.”
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In the first two stops of the 2014 FINA World Cup Series, which took place in the same week in…
Once upon a time, before I became a swimming coach and instructor at The Race Club, I was an eye surgeon. In fact, I operated on about 50,000 eyes over 25 years, trying to help people see better.
How do you keep your injured swimmers in training? (Featured Image: Alex Meyer, VASA Athlete)
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In the midst of Ledecky’s dominance, Phelps’ comeback, and the rest of Pan Pacs hubbub, I ask the readers of SwimSwam: Would we all love swimming so much if the bottom of the pool were red?
Michael Andrew is a USRPT Athlete. He owns 75 National Age Group Records.
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Your child is ready to start his/her next chapter hundreds of miles away from you. What do you have to show for the last two decades of parenthood? A scrapbook and an empty bedroom down the hall? Not to worry, your child’s college career also starts the next chapter in your life.
One of the best resources an athlete has access to is their coach. A suggestion from Michael Klueh, a Dolfin sponsored athlete and swimmer at Club Wolverine, is to have a goal meeting with your coach.
#6 – Ask for help if you need it.
Time, time time, see what’s become of me // While I looked around for my possibilities // I was so hard to please.
Lactate fuels the intensity of training, supplying information of how exercises start the metabolic system process.
When your college career is over, and all is said and done, your swimming stats aren’t what’s most important about the sport. Nobody will remember who DQ’d that last relay to lose the meet, or who set what records when. The relationships you gain from your teammates in college are one of a kind; learn to leverage and appreciate them, and your school and swimming will take care of itself.