To become a leader in this sport and to inspire others to pursue the dream, swimming needs athletes with a “Crazy Love.”
Some parents love meets, while others not so much. Here’s are six ways to get more enjoyment out of swim meets.
Hopefully your kids have time off between school and the pool, but even if they don’t, the time off from swimming will make their first school days easier.
There’s been a downward trend in volunteerism the past decade. Each year we have fewer and fewer parents stepping up to help youth sports, schools or other community programs.
Seems like everyone wants to speculate that Michael Phelps will return to competition and again go for Olympic gold.
Not every team offers travel trips, but if yours does, your kids will benefit from them. Team travel means swimmers travel to a meet or other activity that is planned or supervised by the team or LSC—without mom and dad driving and staying with their kids.
While it is nice to win NCAA titles, sweep championships and demolish records, the things that matter in the college experience run deeper and will you change you forever.
In addition to improving their swimming, here are three ways kids benefit with morning practice.
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?
Here are a few tips about encouraging a growth mindset in our kids.
Here are 12 things we may do around the pool our kids should take over as they grow. Some we should never do.
If you’ve been in this sport long enough every swimmer has had their share of the best, worst. and those in the middle. Sometimes swimmers don’t even realize what they have until they are gone.
What are the motivating factors that keep our children interested in swimming? Why do they want to stick with a sport that is so demanding with practice before and after school, plus weekends for 50 weeks a year?
Here are three ways student-athletes look at prospective schools and why they should go on recruit trips.