The GOAT’s mom is asked constantly for the secret to success. Her answer? Parents parent, coaches coach, and swimmers swim.
Swimmers at the YMCA National Championships put their competitive rivalries aside last week to create a memorial devotional and banner for Nick Dworet, the high school senior and swimmer slain in a school shooting in February.
People commonly see yoga as a series of physical skills that improve strength, mobility and body awareness. Yoga is also an incredible way to work on your mental skills while developing your physical abilities…
6 out of 10 voters in our most recent poll agree with Katie Ledecky’s timing to turn pro after two collegiate seasons.
As swim parents, there may be an afternoon or early morning when our children don’t want to
go to practice.
As most of the girls on my team know, I have a theory that if you don’t want to quit swimming at least twice a week you’re not working hard enough.
Coaching is a demanding job and can drain your physical, mental and emotional energy. One way to restore that energy is through exercise.
Here are 8 common milestones that every competitive swimmer will pass during their journey within the sport.
Yoga is an amazing supplement to a swimmer’s core training program. Like any other activity you need to have a strong foundation and focus on the fundamentals to ensure your practice is effective…
In a shocking runaway of votes, SwimSwam voters overwhelmingly picked Caeleb Dressel’s 17.63 in the 50 free as the most impressive swim of men’s NCAAs. That that swim won the poll isn’t a surprise, but the winning margin might be. More than three-quarters of votes went to Dressel’s 50 – in fact, that event tallied ten times more votes than any of the other four events on the ballot.
If you watched any of this year’s Winter Olympics, the name Adam Rippon probably sounds familiar.
Maximizing your potential in the pool is hard enough without having to deal with self-inflicted negativity. Here are 6 toxic thoughts every swimmer should drop.
Swimming has more parent involvement than many other sports—especially if you have a team that relies on hosting meets for some of its budget.
Swimming technique to me is an equation. S= D+P+L+T . Swimming = Depth + Power + Length + Tempo.
Your nemeses . . . . the sun, the waves, buoys too far apart or dropped by the pack; what should you do?