The taper is a confusing, frustrating and hilariously joyous time. Here is a quick guide for parents on how to deal with the various stages of a tapering swimmer.
As a swimmer, if and when you start to rack up some great times and generate some success for yourself, then here are some modes of thinking you want to consider so that you can properly mentally cope with that success and keep it from negatively affecting you as you move forward.
High performance psychologist, Dr. Michael Gervais, interviews people excelling in the most hostile environments to discover the mental skills used to push the boundaries. 2016 Olympic and ASU Head Coach Bob Bowman is the special guest.
On June 20th, 2013 my family sat in shock as an emergency room nurse broke the news that my Dad had passed away.
2008 Olympic gold medalist in the 10km marathon swim Maarten van der Weijden has improved upon the old World Record for…
Cross knowledge is as important to achieve excellence in athletic performance as cross training.
SwimSwam got in the car with 2016 Olympic medalists Chase Kalisz and Olivia Smoliga, as well as “Purebred” Bulldog, Floyd
When it’s conference time, parents have a fun time celebrating their teams and swimmers with gifts, cheers, goodie bags and get-togethers.
The following editorial is the opinion of its author, and does not necessarily represent the views of SwimSwam. American swimming,…
According to a recent research study conducted within the nation of Australia, swimming is identified as the continent’s most popular sport.
As swimmers, our minds are trained to immediately focus on results.
All competitive strokes have a different amount of connection points. In long axis strokes, there is also difference in between sprint and distance techniques.
Ultimately, all learning and growth is emotional. Emotions are what bind us to any experience, including our performances.
About 4 out of 10 voters predicted Louisville to win the women’s ACC Championships, with only 30% picking eventual champions Virginia.
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