All of the elite swimmers of the world rotate their bodies along the long axis, the axis that their body is moving down the pool, while swimming freestyle and backstroke. They don’t just rotate a little bit. They rotate a lot. The question is, why?
Susan Helmrich beat cancer 3 times. What has she to fear from 5 degree temperatures and a little bit of snow?
The big meet is coming up and your swimmer has been working hard and is ready. Then something unexpected happens.
Hours on a hot pool deck. Multiple sessions with prelims and finals. Endless heats of the 200 Free combined with some missed events, a handful of best times, and smiles (hopefully) all around.
For the 3rd time, Olympic swimming icon Michael Phelps is set to play at the Phoenix Open golf tournament kicking off in Scottsdale, Arizona at the end of the month.
I was asked recently by a new swim parent on how to motivate your swimmer. The short answer is that you cannot motivate your child. Motivation comes from within.
There’s very much a connection between the mind, the body, and our physical actions where everything is interconnected and linked to one another.
We all experience ruts and droughts with our swimming. Here are 5 ways to get things back on track.
Athletes are conditioned at an early age to judge just about everything about themselves, which can become unhealthy. The goal for this meditation is to bring awareness to our senses in a non-judgmental way…
5-time Olympic gold medalist and former 100 meter fly World Record holder Dana Vollmer has announced that next week’s Pro Swim Series stop in Austin, Texas will be her official return-to-competition meet.
Wetzler is balancing life as a mom, student, and Millersville Marauder.
Here are 8 swim parents that you have probably encountered at your local swim meet.
#1 – Your significant other is probably more muscular than you… Sorry. We can’t help being jacked. It just happens. You probably can’t beat us in a sit-up contest, either. But that’s ok. You could outrun us any day.
Ledecky’s celebrity is especially bright in her native Washington D.C.