You can acquire the benefits of a high-intensity workout with low-impact exercises by taking your routine to the swimming pool.
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The Backstroke Start Wedge is FINA-compliant and can be used during training and competition as a way for swimmers to get an explosive start without slipping.
Goggles are an essential part of all competitive swimmers equipment but often if the straps are too tight or after an extended period of wearing them they can cause “swim goggle headache”.
The ideal solution for swimmers shoulder is to stop pain before it begins. This is done by noticing early signs of those at risk for swimmer’s shoulder.
Off the dive, David Lambert didn’t waste any time getting into the race.
Swimming is a favorite pastime of every adult, but this fun summer activity isn’t just for kids. Find out how a swimming pool can help you get back in shape without causing stress to your joints.
FINIS has teamed up with Frogglez to pair the patented Frogglez Strap with FINIS’ industry-leading goggles
Continuing to innovate and create, adidas introduces a brand first in AMPHI, a versatile swim collection for spring/summer 2018, designed for the modern female athlete adopting a versatile training programme, whether at, on or in the water.
Research has proven that swimmer’s shoulder will hold back 3 out of 4 elite swimmers during their career. And the cruel irony is that when you put in the hours and hard work, you’re often the worst hit.
FINIS, Inc., the worldwide leader in technical swim products, is back at it again!
The men’s 100 back was anyone’s race; the difference between the top and eighth seed was a mere 0.22 seconds.
Courtesy of Smack Strap, a SwimSwam partner Smack Straps are the most comfortable competitive replacement goggle straps on the market!…
Dive deep on the data from Caeleb Dressel’s 39.90 100 yard freestyle at the 2018 Men’s NCAA DI Championships.
Dressel made history for the second night in a row with his record-breaking performance in the 100 butterfly, 42.80 finish, a full second drop from the record he set last year, and nearly 2 seconds ahead of the rest of the field.
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel impressing with another history-making moment in the men’s 50 yard free.