Multi-All American in her Stanford days, Felicia Lee is expected to compete this weekend in Indianapolis as a Masters swimmer.
One of the coolest things we’ve had the opportunity of doing since starting this channel is trying out a bunch of cutting edge training products.
Hoping you are finding a bit of time to breathe in-between some of the hectic swims going on at the meet. Absolutely crazy whats going on.
Butterfly. It’s a beast of a stroke. Most competitive swimmers can comfortably swim a 100 of it, let alone a recreational swimmer.
Breastroke is one of those drills that requires finesse. Here at Phlex, we sleep in a bed of finesse.
We decided to make a video about a company that has gone above and beyond the basic design for the strength paddle. Just so happens to be Michael Phelps’ MP paddle.
Often times the most simple drills can make the biggest difference in your stroke. Even something as simple as sculling can fix your feel for the water and overall technique in your freestyle.
Here is another incredible drill for two swimmers to get competitive and take their kicking to a new level. We like to call this the Wrestling Drill.
After a busy week here at Phlex, sometimes we just gotta kick our tails up and unwind.
Hip rotation is a crucial element of freestyle and backstroke, and it gives you great abs. We tried the FINIS Hydro Hip to aid us in our hip rotation endeavors.
In this episode, we are talking snorkels. The industry standard design just isn’t cutting it for us anymore, and the team over at Ameo has made a drastic improvement.
Do you want to swim breastroke more efficiently? The Breastroke Lane Line drill is just what you need. Successful breastrokers do it. Why shouldnt you?
One of the more important aspects of improving our swimming technique is minimizing drag in our stroke. You can gain precious time in your race by simply avoiding the extra drag that results in bad body position.
Witness the sights and sounds of an electric collegiate environment as the University of Florida Gators face the University of Tennessee Volunteers. All 360° of it. The prototype for virtual reality in swimming coverage.