Former Purdue swimmer Emily Fogle opens up about the incredible hardships that she has faced during her swimming career.
With the best of intentions, we want to motivate our kids to be more competitive—but watch out—it might backfire. When we compare our kids, we may cause more harm than good.
It doesn’t get much worse than feeling like you trained the entire season for no reason. Before you beat yourself up about it for three weeks….that bad championship meet is going to turn into something much bigger and better than what it seems to be.
Here are 15 reminders why our sport kicks a metric ton of butt.
If Michael Phelps were a fighter pilot in the movie ‘Top Gun’, what would he use as his call sign?
Spend nearly 30 minutes with Olympic Champion Michael Phelps relaxing at his home before a meal.
Over the next several weeks, I will break down the flip turn into four components: the approach, the flip, the underwater and the breakout. Each of these components is important and I commonly see mistakes made in all four of them, often by the same swimmer.
Your swim coach will be teacher, counselor and friend to you over the course of your career in the pool. Here are 7 things they would like you to remember.
I don’t think I’ve said enough. Not that I didn’t complain, because I’ve done plenty of that. Rather that I’ve never told you how much it all means to me. How much you mean to me.
Vitamin B12 is important for a host of reasons: it helps with cellular function, it provides your body with energy, and protects nerve and brain cells from free radical damage.
After a swim meet, the last thing you’re probably thinking about is the composition and dynamics of certain vitamins and what they’re doing for your health.
But this is it. The final chapter of my swimming career. I’ve read countless articles about freshman, sophomore, and senior years of college ending, but never junior year, so here are a few things that I want all swimmers who are entering their final season to remember:
Gary Hall Sr: “Dear Swimming family, you may all be aware that my nephew, Charlie Keating IV or CIV, as we called him, died in action in Iraq last week from enemy gunfire.”
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We all fall on a continuum of wellbeing and can benefit…
PHILADELPHIA, PA – MAY 2016 – Maccabi USA is seeking Jewish swimmers for the junior (girls 13 to 16 and…