In the time that you’re not okay, lean on your team and lean on your sport. You are not a burden, and the relationships you form through times like these creates an unbreakable bond that you will cherish forever.
If you don’t know who James Fike is, you probably should. His life revolves around swimming, in almost every way you can imagine. Let’s start from the beginning
At one time or another we have all been encouraged to set meaningful goals for ourselves.
With championship seasons popping up over the next few months for all levels of college swimming across the US, I wanted to discuss a topic that every college swimmer can relate to and utilize going into their championship meets: The importance of mentally coping with the tapering process.
We’ve all seen the not-so-great swim parent. You know, the one yelling at their child after a less than perfect swim.
There are not many vitamins where food is NOT the body’s best source. In fact, there is only one: vitamin D.
Sport psychology is an exciting field that is growing all the time, and in a gruelling sport such as swimming enhancing the mental aspect of a swimmer’s arsenal is crucial to success.
SwimSwam caught up with Norman Todd, whose dip in Loch Glascarnoch went viral last week.
The sounds of excited kids kicking water, bubbles under the water and noises of water ringing through my ear.
The Student-Athlete Mental Health Initiative is a Canadian non-profit organization that was formed to increase awareness and education around student-athletes’ mental health…
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Swimming is tough. It is the ultimate in multitasking. The integrity of the T, the shoulders and chest, stay stable.
Glute activation alone can be a difficult for athlete to manage. We see this even at the Olympic level, in a form of performances where athlete is very front line dominated.