Let’s take a look at the 5 goals every swimmer can put their mind to this season, and how they’ll put you on the fast track to great performances.
10 ways to help speed up recovery after practice.
Olivier Poirier-Leroy has 8 questions that swimmers should ask themselves every day.
Olivier Poirier-Leroy is a former national level swimmer based out of Victoria, BC. In feeding his passion for swimming, he…
Djordje Mihajlovic, a Trinidadian/Serb swimmer going to school and training in Kenya, has made a video about a day in his life. It resonates with just about all swimmers, though. Watch it and see.
#3 – Search your history of awesome swims for what worked.
As the new year begins, strength and conditioning coach Deniz Hekmati started 2016 with a bang, creating the Ute’s New Year Workout.
One of the most important things every swimmer should do when they workout is build strength and muscle.
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.
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’.
This killer glute workout will help get that kick stronger for any race.
Things to keep in mind as an incoming college swimmer.
We caught up with Whitley’s coach Crystal Coleman of the Penn Charter Aquatic Club to get some insights into Whitley’s training and the duo’s plans for the coming season.
In the water, the obvious indicators of dehydration are less apparent—excessive sweating, dry mouth, overheating, etc., so it’s easy to forget to drink fluids steadily throughout practice.