How can a rockette line help you finish your race? Larry Arnold will explain how.
Since the mile isn’t a part of the regular meet schedule but happens to be swum at most championships meets, the coming of the mile is something of an event.
Fixing injuries is more than just relieving the pain. It’s re-learning the movement.
Those swimmers who are able to carry a breathing rhythm in the water have a much better time finding easy speed in the early parts of the race and enough air for quality finishing speed at the end of races.
Piranhas Swim Club coach Jay Smith shares some math tips to help your swimmers get the most out of your practices.
Swim coach and former National Team swimmer Leila Vaziri shares shares her weekly video, this week focusing specifically on the backstroke kick.
The swimming “Report Card” touches on the many important factors that make for a great season.
Current coach and former National Team swimmer Leila Vaziri shares some tips on proper freestyle body position.
Phoenix Swim Club Strength Coach, Larry Arnold, takes you through the first 10 minutes of warm up for a Wednesday Dryland routine.
Islanders Aquatics and the Retriever Aquatic Club got together and had a challenge set recently where the winning team got the losing team’s caps. Here is how it went down.
“While we can safely assume that USA Swimming and the State of Maryland will be holding Mr. Phelps accountable, we can also acknowledge our disappointment and anger at his behavior. Given this, we can, and should, hold the mindset of inquiry (as opposed to judgment) into the reasons behind Michael’s most recent behavior.”
OU’s Shawn Kornoelje shares a mid-summer’s distance set that he did with his Horizon League championship winning Golden Grizzlies.
MYST’s Michael Fleming shares a set to help your swimmers pace their 200 and 500 yard swims.
LSU Tigers coach Chris Ip shares a set that will challenge your swimmer’s focus while keeping them swimming fast.