Anthony Sullivan touts Masters Swimming as “The Greatest Workout of Them All”
#3 – Daydreaming about tormenting that person who always taps your feet but never passes you.
Here are the top 8 moments from the last Olympics of the Cold War era, the 1988 Seoul Games. (Featured Image: Matt Biondi smiles, over two decades later, racing at US Masters Nationals)
Living in New England, the change of the season is always noticeable and spectacular at times. Summer to fall, fall…
While competing at the 2016 Sun Devil Masters Heatstroker meet over this past weekend, American Darian Townsend made a monster dent on three Masters World Records.
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.
#4 – You’ve learned how to win—and lose—with grace.
Two of the fastest butterflyers in the world today, Joseph Schooling of Singapore and Chad Le Clos of South Africa, have a delayed front breath, though they achieve it in slightly different ways.
The group of eight outstanding individuals and organizations will be inducted at the annual ceremony to be held on Friday evening, September 23rd, 2016, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Atlanta, GA, in conjunction with the 2016 United States Aquatic Sports XXXVII Convention.
Anthony Ervin: “I’ve always felt the story of my life has been about being normal but on the fringes of abnormality, and it’s the fringes that separate my history from the rest.”
One can look at the freestyle kick as being similar to the turbocharged engine. In the 50 meter sprint, every swimmer needs to push the accelerator to the floor, maximizing the power of the kick all of the way.
Our adventure began as an idea among a group of Masters swimmers training for open water races last summer. “How cool would it be,” we thought, “to swim across Lake Erie and raise money for a good cause.”
“6 Kicks 1 Stroke” drill is one of the most transformative freestyle drills you can do!
Whatever your reasons are for seeking out swim training later in life, one thing is for sure – you are getting fit and taking a step towards your health. And that is a positive thing!