It’s hard being a swimmer sometimes, especially since, as all swimmers know, no one outside the sport understands swimming.
El pasado 31 de enero comenzó el periodo de inscripción para el campeonato masters mundial de la FINA en Budapest, Hungría. Dicho campeonato…
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While nearly all of the forces that create propulsion come from the hands and feet, certain other movements we can do with will increase the amount of propulsion coming from the pull and kick. We call those coupling motions.
Swimmers treat their team like a family, albeit a dysfunctional family. As with any close-knit group of well-meaning people, awkward moments will ensue.
The speed of the freestyle kick is the baseline speed for your freestyle. The higher the baseline speed (kick speed), the faster you will swim, after adding your pulling motion and body rotation.
First, I want to dispel one myth about breathing during intense exercise. In no sport does an athlete ever take a complete inhalation or expiration.
Official dates have been set for the 2017 FINA World Masters Championships, which will be taking place from August 7th to August 20th, 2017.
There is no doubt that swimming, like any sport, has its own specialized vocabulary. But there are also some everyday words that have a completely different meaning to swimmers.
Is fear holding you back from achieving your potential in the pool? Here are 7 tips to swim fearlessly in 2016-2017.
In the sprinters’ world, RPM matters. When a swimmer goes from hip-driven to shoulder-driven, he basically changes the technique of using his hand (and arm) from an airplane wing and paddle to using it as a propeller.
Here are ten things you didn’t know about one of the greatest swimmers in history, Mark Spitz.
Internal fortitude. The will to win. The rage to master and persevere. These words usually get tossed around when coaches discuss elite swimmers. Here are 5 habits of mentally tough swimmers.