There are two simple tests to evaluate your swimmers’ mobility and potential to kick breaststroke fast. See them here…
SwimSwam thanks SwimmersBest for sponsoring “Drill of the Month.” This is a SwimSwam recurring feature that brings drills and idea…
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On the Thursday I arrived, Nitro’s National group had a classic test set: 9 x 100 @ 7:00. Although that’s not quite what ended up being the case
It’s a wonderful feeling to see the bond between your partner and your child—swim lessons might be where you find it.
Roland Schoeman shows us how kicking with an alignment board and snorkel can both allow the undulation the body needs in the fifth stroke while remaining as streamlined on the surface as possible.
SwimSwam took a trip down to Bloomington, Indiana to see what IU had in store for their post-thanksgiving training. It was quite a treat.
Head over to Kickstarter this holiday to augment your swimming with the Mimic Swim Paddles.
#3 – Keep moving. Sitting down and slumping into your breakfast will only keep you in that half-asleep mode.
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Your swim coach will be teacher, counselor and friend to you over the course of your career in the pool. Here are 7 things they would like you to remember.
Cardinal Swim Camps are open to all swimmers ages 12-18. We will focus on many areas including breakdown of all four competitive strokes, drills, starts, turns as well as goal setting, dryland training and educational lectures.
When you fill up your tank at the gas station, usually you are offered three grades of gasoline, regular (low octane 87), mid range (medium octane 91), and premium (high octane 93).
Have you ever battled with pre-race anxiety? Olympic gold medalist Rebecca Soni shares her advice on how to beat this powerful foe…
Teaching students how to be safe in an emergency situation can help keep them calm and get them to safety.
Once we understand how important it is to obey the law of inertia in the water, how do we really know if we are?