At Home Swim Training

Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #129 – Active Arm Day

Today’s workout will focus on your upper body.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #128 – Never Skip Leg Day

Today’s workout will be a leg day, focused mostly on your quads and glutes.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #126 – Dynamic Arm Day

Today’s workout will be an upper body day mixed with some cardio.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #125 – Legs and Cardio

Today’s workout will be a leg day, focused mostly on your quads and glutes.

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SwimSwam Podcast: Justin Wright on Following The Path of the Warrior

He was also very candid with us about his struggles through quarantine, and how he’d found inspiration from watching anime shows

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #124 – Crunch it!

Today’s workout will be focused on the core.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #123 – Time to Recover

Today’s workout will be a recovery day, allowing you to digest this week’s work.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #122 – Triceps

Today’s workout will be focused on the upper body, particularly the triceps.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #121 – Hit Those Legs

Today’s workout will be focused on the legs, primarily the quads and glutes.

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SwimSwam Podcast: How Does Katie Hoff Build Swim Strength on Dry Land?

Not only has the world champ’s TikTok game been on point during quarantine, but she has also started a new swim-specific dryland program, Synergy Dryland.

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #120 – A Whole Body Workout

Today’s workout will be focused on lower body, upper body, and core.

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SwimSwam Podcast: Matt Grevers on Why Quarantine Will Benefit Older Swimmers

And as a fun tidbit, Grevers threw in the race that he thought felt the best over his entire career, which may surprise you.  

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Daily Dryland Swimming Workouts #119 – Pumped Up Arm Day

Today’s workout will focus on your biceps and triceps.

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