Counting yards is useful in some areas––such as interval training––but what if swimmers tried something different and just completely forgot about yards for a bit?
Is it better to go into a meet expecting certain results or not expecting certain results? Is it beneficial to approach competition expecting yourself to achieve a specific outcome or to let go of expectations altogether?
More than half of voters predicted Townley Haas to remain the fastest American in the 200 meter free this season, though a whopping 18% voted in favor of Caeleb Dressel.
Tokyo 2020 kicks off in two years. Check out how much the city has grown since the last time they hosted the Games in 1964 to today.
For parents who drive to meets to watch for countless hours, what makes some meets stand out from others? Why are some meets more fun?
There are 731 days until the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Let’s go!
Can the GOAT make it on the slime-racing circuit?
E’ la stagione dei grandi incontri. Nelle prossime settimane il meglio del nuoto convergerà nei più grandi meeting dell’anno. Che…
Sono una sostenitrice ed un’appassionata del nuoto. Come tale sarò sempre la prima ad elencare tutte le ragioni per le…
If you’re attending the UANA Pan American Masters Swimming Championships, we invite you to take a free swim in the brand-new Endless Pool on the swim deck. Anytime during the competition, just stop by. We’d love to help you make the most of your downtime!
The documentary focuses on the formation of West Hollywood Aquatics (WH2O) and it’s impact in the LGBTQ community
Here are a few tips about encouraging a growth mindset in our kids.
Nearly half of voters believed Ella Eastin would be the top women’s 400 IMer in the United States this summer, trusting in a big comeback swim after a shocking disqualification last year. Eastin was set to finish second last summer but took a disqualification for the ‘Lochte Rule,’ which disallows dolphin kicking on one’s back during the freestyle portion of an IM.
Here are 12 things we may do around the pool our kids should take over as they grow. Some we should never do.
The true art of great coaching is being able to, not only develop your swimmers physically, but to also develop them mentally; to understand what makes each of your swimmers tick and how you need to interact with them in order to get the best out of them.