Most of the success as a swimmer comes from how hard they train and how motivated they are to reach their goals, but a huge factor in how well you train and compete, comes from your coach.
It’s hard being a swimmer sometimes, especially since, as all swimmers know, no one outside the sport understands swimming.
When training, at any level, a lot of people struggle with progress after training for a while and hit a plateau. This is commonly known as the ‘plateau syndrome’.
It can be difficult to fully understand what is safe and what is not when it comes your body and workout. The supplement industry is big, with some good products that can help you and some that can damage you.
What better way to tighten that core then to do a killer Ab workout in only 6 short minutes.
Whether or not to eat after practice has caused many debates. If you practice hard, then you are depleting glycogen, and tearing and ripping the muscles during training. If you want to repair your body and build up muscles, your body needs the fuel so it can recover from your workouts.
Protein bars have the purpose of filling that hunger when whole foods cannot be implemented, like during practice or immediately after, but what is the best?
The University of Southern California defeats University of Utah in their first dual meet of the season.
Arizona State men’s swim team won their first dual meet of the season, with Bob Bowman making his debut as the Sun Devils new head coach.
Bob Bowman and Simon Burnett make their college coaching debuts at their respective programs as ASU and Pacific compete against each other in their season-openers.
Anabolic steroids is one of the most common drugs being used in the swim world, causing major health problems to swimmers who are caught abusing.
How do you know what causes you to mentally sabotage your race and how do you overcome it?
The University of Utah competes in their first meet against BYU in a relay only meet, led by head coach Joe Dykstra.
The Utah swim team, led by senior Kristian Kron, announced 2015-2016 schedule for both men and women.