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The Tampa Bay Frogman Swim traces its roots to raising funds and awareness for a SEAL officer severely injured in September 2009 while serving in Afghanistan.
Here is a Thanksgiving-day workout that both sprinters and distance swimmers can do, and hopefully, will like, even though it is a tough one. We call it the Race Club Turkey Circuit.
There are many of fantastic gifts, including tickets to one of golf’s biggest tournament, a full-in trip to Paris for the French Open, and an autographed art print from the movie “Frozen.”
Since CopyMe debuted last week, users started creating their own content using this feature in the app. Just yesterday, we reloaded the library with this content for you to browse and try. Now, take your turn to “drop off your moves” at the CopyMe library.
According to Steven Covey, developing a Personal Mission Statement is an excellent way to define your values, and your philosophy for living.
All of the proceeds from the race are donated to The Nature Conservancy to protect the coral reefs surrounding the island which provide the backdrop for the race.
Brazilian superstar Cesar Cielo poses with fans and competitors at the 2014 Ron Johnson Invitational.
There have always been new fads that seemed like they’d be the next big thing in the sport of swimming only to be forgotten as quickly as they appeared. These are ideas and products that swam their way into our hearts one season, only to fade away into obscurity in the next.
IKKOS introduces a new feature of their learning method: CopyMe by IKKOS!
Michael Andrew continues to gain experience and improve as a swimmer, and his film-making skills appear to be improving as well. See all three feature videos here…
Race Club Swimisodes feature Olympians Rebecca Soni, Roland Schoeman, world champion Junya Koga, and world-class swimmers, Zach Hayden and Lexie Kelley.
The propulsive power that one derives from the freestyle kick depends on pushing a large surface area backward in the water quickly. The backward movement of the kick occurs in the down kick and depends on the strong muscles of the quadriceps and the hip flexors to drive the foot back with speed, along with the core muscles.