It is hard to think that anything could really change swimming for me. Yesterday, I had the privilege of wearing the FINIS SwiMP3 for the first time and it blew me out of the water.
The use of short blade fins, such as FINIS Zoomers, can help an athlete train smarter in the pool. How? We provide a couple of examples that highlight the advantages of Zoomer training.
Heart rate is something that is important to monitor for athletes, especially competitive athletes. Not only is it good for people to know heart rates for their health, the human heart rate is a fantastic indicator of fitness level.
SwimSpray’s “Shower With Me” T-shirts were a hit at Trials.
Now that Olympic Trials are over, a new level of excitement and nervous energy slowly begins to ramp up. The…
’92 Olympians Roque Santos and Mel Stewart talk about Engine’s US debut
Davis Wuolle, SwimSwam’s Canadian CTO will be making the trip to Omaha to cover the 2012 US Olympic Swimming Trials with the rest of the SwimSwam Team, while battling severe Tim Horton’s withdrawal. This is his story.
“One of the ways to boost your speed is to incorporate the Stationary Cord Long Hip Belt into your training.”
GOLD MEDAL MEL: “Andrew Chadeayne loves Princeton because of the Princeton Tigers Swimming & Diving Team.”
GOLD MEDAL MEL: “Andrew Chadeayne continues to take SwimSpray everywhere swimmers are and will be, from the Olympic Training Center to open water events and the U.S. Open!”
See why this is one piece of training equipment that every athlete should have in their gear bag.
“The team at Endless Pools brought their best toy for athletes with U.S. Olympic Trials on their minds, the Endless Pool Elite Model. Almost every elite swimmer got in and did a test swim.”
“We’ve noticed that SwimSpray has recently sponsored a bunch of open water swims, including the Jim McDonnell Lake Swims, the Chris Green Lake Cable Swim, the Minnetonka Challenge, U.S. Masters 9+ Mile Open Water Championship, and The Tulsa Swim.”