Learn six reasons why you should be fired up about becoming a more self-disciplined swimmer.
It’s the night before the big race and you find yourself staring wide eyed at the back of your eyelids. Here are 5 tips for relaxing and getting a good night’s rest.
It’s a familiar situation; with weeks or days remaining until the big meet a swimmer will develop a seemingly random crisis in confidence. Here is why this happens.
Having troubled concentrating on what matters with your swimming? Here are 7 quotes to help you get focused and back on track.
If you knew that you couldn’t fail, what would you do with your swimming? Here are 8 strategies for defeating the fear of failure for swimmers.
Is fear holding you back from achieving your potential in the pool? Here are 7 tips to swim fearlessly in 2016-2017.
It can be infuriating and mystifying for swimmers to swim faster in practice than competition. Here is the simple reason for why this happens.
Achieving success with our swimming takes work. Here are 6 ways to help you push the envelope with your swimming goals.
Here are 16 things you probably didn’t know about one of the top swim stars on the planet, Ryan Lochte.
Here are ten things you didn’t know about one of the greatest swimmers in history, Mark Spitz.
Self-discipline, self-control or willpower, there are numerous ways to label what it is to have the mindset and fortitude to do the things that you have to do, even when you simply don’t feel like it or feel up to it.
One of the all-time greats, Alex Popov of Russia dominated the sprint freestyle events in the 1990’s. Here are 7 things you might not have known about the Sprint Tsar.
Ready to smash some big goals, but aren’t sure where or how to begin? Start small. Here’s why.
Mental fortitude is a cornerstone of every successful swimmer’s journey to the top. Like the rest, they are burdened with the occasional self-defeating thought. Here are 7 self-defeating thoughts that every swimmer should drop.
The things we tell ourselves matters. Here are 5 things you’ll never hear a successful swimmer tell themselves.