With bad weather predicted for much of the United States this weekend, this workout can be done inside (or outside, if you’re lucky enough for good weather).
Lace up your running shoes, this one is going to get your heart rate elevated.
We spoke with ASCA CEO Steve Roush on what getting back in the pool might look like once the full quarantine begins to lift
This video will help you improve your flexibility right away, exploring three areas of competitive swimming that often get neglected in dryland training.
At the beginning of March Louise Hansson was preparing to defend her NCAA titles, but shortly she found herself at home in Sweden
2 weeks ago, we gave you a test set. Now it’s time to see how much progress you’ve made since then.
This general quads and core workout main set finishes with a little bit of specialty work.
Eastin is learning how to enjoy waking up slowly, drinking her morning coffee while watching the sun come up, doing a bit of yoga, and then starting her day
It’s time to unplug and get analogue.
Join us on Wednesday, April 21st as we talk to coaches from some of the biggest and best programs in the country about the state of swimming.
The group discussed the importance of keeping a schedule, especially waking up when you normally would and exercising when you would have practice.
This workout focuses on working for 5 minute blocks without breaks, followed by 2 minutes of rest.
This yoga for swimmers class will help you develop core stability, which can improve your efficiency in the water and prevent injury…
This dryland circuit that comes from 2000 Olympic coach Ross Gerry and 1988 Olympian Katrina Radke, who run WeCoach4U.
The whole Cox crew has been enjoying pickleball in their driveway, and Cox even admits she can get too upset if she loses.