As a coach, I have a hard time striking a healthy balance with kick sets – it can feel like all or nothing. As a solution to this, I’ve been using fin work to drive the intensity, without relying on crazy intervals to demand effort.
Looking to get started with mental training but don’t know where to start? Here’s a 3-point plan for getting seriously mentally…
Consistency with your commitment is jet fuel for your goals in the water. Here’s some ideas for picking up the commitment habit.
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As a coach or a swimmer, you spend a lot of time trying to perfect your stroke, your strategy, and your performance. However, when is the last time you popped the hood on your movement quality and really assessed what is going?
A swim team’s culture can boost your chances of success in the water just as easily as it can hold you back. Here’s how you, the elite-minded swimmer, can do your part to create exceptional team culture.
There is a saying in swimming that is almost a myth: “Feel for the water”. Even though there is no single definition for this saying, it seems that everyone involved in swimming automatically understand what is stands for.
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Few could understand how an incredible team atmosphere was built on the two words – “NOT TIRED.”
Another school year is rolling, which means the eternal struggle of balancing swimming and school is upon you again. Here are 6 tips for overcoming the struggle.
Sometimes IM training isn’t what you want, but it’s exactly what you need. So this week, IM is a means of building speed, agility and endurance for the mid-distance/distance freestyler.
Historically, some of the greatest coaches in the sport of swimming were also the most inquisitive. They never stopped questioning.
Much is made about having lots of talent. But talent alone doesn’t make champion swimmers. And it’s something you also don’t control. Here’s what to focus on instead.
On the return to “desk -life” from the “deck-life” after a week in Irvine, CA, watching US Swimming Nationals, I reflected on five life-long and valued lessons that swimming has imparted to me.