Michael Andrew’s 1:58.05 200 IM in San Antonio is the top time in the United States. Will he make the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team?
Michael Andrew has been experimenting with the Ketogenic Diet. Eliminating carbs from your diet sounds brutal, but Michael does do things differently.
Michael Andrew, the youngest swimmer in history to turn pro, broke through at the 2018 U.S. Nationals. How fast will he swim at the Pan Pacific Championships?
Peter Andrew: “Our main goal with the VodCast is to give more people who are curious about our journey and USRPT direct access to us with the ultimate goal being that of building a community where coaches, parents, and swimmers can come and learn, ask questions and get connected.”
Once again, the literature disagrees with the conventional wisdom.
With Michael Andrew’s recent appearance on ESPN’s Outside the Lines, the debate rages on about his unusual training method, USRPT….
The dynamic duo that is swimmer Michael Andrew and his father/coach Peter Andrew are set to appear on ESPN2’s Outside the Lines on Sunday.
Thanks to SwimSwam reporter Katrina Radke for capturing video interviews used in this report. Ryan Lochte, 11-time Olympic medalist, reacts…
Michael Andrew’s USRPT test? 5 races in one sessions at the 2015 Jr World Championships. Did USRPT work? You decide.
Mutual of Omaha BREAKOUT clinics are a SwimSwam partner. More and more coaches and programs are learning the benefits that…
A $23,000 project funded by USA Swiming, through managing partner the American Swim Coaches’ Association (ASCA), has been completed and…
High School Swim Coach Amy Webb describes their implementation of USRPT with the Fairview HS Boys Swim Team in Boulder, CO.
In part 6, the Viking forays into training styles and tackles the ever-popular and ever-contentious Ultra-Short Race Pace Training, or USRPT.
Eric McGinnis: “Ultra Short Race Pace Training (USRPT) is one of the most widely debated topics in swimming at the moment. It’s also one of the worst names ever created for a training program.”
Erik Risolvato, seen here preparing for an Arena Pro Swim Series final in Orlando, is making the move to Phoenix Swim Club to continue his training