Natalie Coughlin, the most decorated U.S. female Olympian of all time, and Adhemas Batista, a Brazilian artist whose innovative illustrations and designs feature bold, beautiful colors, created a lyrical swim cap inspired by Natalie’s love of the ocean.
The Zoomers Gold are an absolute staple for any level of swimmer. They add intensity to any workout, making it an invaluable tool for training. The added resistance and weight of the short blade fin adds strength and muscular endurance to the critical leg drive of every stroke.
Art of the Cap brings swimming and creativity together to create positive change in the world. Speedo USA paired five Olympic athletes with five inspiring artists to design limited-edition caps for five worthy causes.
Rocky Mountain Thunder Swimming’s Brent Bergstedt shares a mid-season workout geared towards expanding a swimmer’s base.
Janet Hu did something pretty incredible as compared to her
This week a few of our team here in southern California hit the cool waters of the La Jolla Cove…
Season’s greetings from Dolfin! We have compiled a list of our Favorite Things for this Holiday season. Swimmers love to receive new swimming equipment, gear, and swimwear and what better way than to get the highest quality products at the most reasonable prices on the market.
Swimming with large, bulky paddles puts strain on the shoulder joint and can damage or wear down the swimmer over longer intervals of training. Overuse or any incorrect stroke mechanics over thousands of repetitions is a proven recipe for injury and loss of efficiency in training.
Auburn Head Coach Brett Hawke takes us through an early season sprint set.
After four years of swimming nearly every practice in a reverse circle pattern, I’ve gotten used to life on the left lane line. However, when I brought my training pattern to a new team, the first question I heard was “Why?”
Courtesy of FINIS, a SwimSwam Partner. Featured Swimming Photo: Anthony Ervin, Olympic Champion. The Agility Paddles have been a huge success since…
Your head position may be a major factor keeping you from becoming the best swimmer you can be.
Utah Head Coach Joe Dykstra and his assistant Jonas Persson sit down to talk about a morning sprint set with SwimSwam’s Garrett McCaffrey.
“An often asked question is whether strength training is safe for young athletes. According to the Mayo Clinic and many other sources, the answer is a resounding Yes! but with a few important caveats…”
Finding and maintaining a consistent tempo while swimming breaststroke is the cornerstone for an efficient stroke. One way to achieve this optimal stroke tempo for breaststroke is to use the Tempo Trainer Pro. (Featured Image: Anthony Ervin, Olympic Champion)