Vitamin B12 is important for a host of reasons: it helps with cellular function, it provides your body with energy, and protects nerve and brain cells from free radical damage.
After a swim meet, the last thing you’re probably thinking about is the composition and dynamics of certain vitamins and what they’re doing for your health.
The big meet has come and gone. Here are 6 questions to ask yourself after the weekend to get the most from your efforts so far and to move on to bigger and better things.
Top athletes use visualization to help them swim at their maximum at crunch time. Here is how to use this skill for your own swimming goals.
Behind every swimmer moving forward is a vortex of water (wake) created by the separation of the water moving along the body (as the body moves forward).
Do you love swimming? Are you a coach or former swimmer with a lot experience in the sport? Have you ever considered owning your own swim businesses?
La fuerza en las piernas y flexibilidad en los tobillos son necesarios para una patada firme e intensa, pero se necesita de más.
Rich Burns, International Masters Swimming Hall of Fame swimmer and holder of 56 FINA Masters World Records, is a living inspiration to all masters swimmers.
To build a better freestyle or flutter kick, one must first understand where the propulsive power of the kick is derived and how to balance the two opposing forces of propulsion and frontal drag, in order to maximize the kicking speed.
10 things I notice while swimming masters rather than cheering from the sidelines.
Team MySwimPro won 17 individual and three relay state titles at the 2016 Michigan Masters State Championships at Eastern Michigan University…
Dolphin kick backstroke is one of the best ways to learn how to develop a fast stroke rate.
Beyond holding records in almost every category, she recently broke the World Record in the 200, 400, and 800 meter freestyles on her way to the World Record in the 1500 at a meet at the San Francisco Olympic Club.
Matt DiLorenzo, TYR Sport’s CEO: “We deeply appreciate all that the organization does for the swim community, and we look forward to continuing to work together in the future.”