Training

Keeping Track of Your Heart Rate

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.

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What does the Olympic Manager job entail?

First ever female Olympic Manager, Bev Montrella shares what managers do and how they help the athletes and team be…

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Dear Katrina asks Nelson Diebel what challenges Olympians faced?

Dear Katrina, What challenges have Olympians faced in training? I interviewed Nelson Diebel, Olympic Gold Medalist, who shares one time…

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Interested in Masters Swimming? President Nadine Day…

Hello All, US Masters Nationals just finished up last week. If you would like to get back into swimming, this…

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Josh Davis Honors His Mother & Swim Moms

Joan Marie Ashcraft Davis, mother of five-time Olympic medalist Josh Davis, passed away last night. Josh, a beloved swimmer and…

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SwimSpray at US Olympic Trials

SwimSpray’s “Shower With Me” T-shirts were a hit at Trials.

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Stories of US National Team Members and interview with Julie Cooper

Hello All, The Olympic Trials are complete, and the 2012 Olympic Team is now getting ready to perform in London!…

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How to Train between Trials & The Olympics

“Three primary factors can be cited for success and failure between the Olympic Trials & the Olympic Games…” (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)

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London’s Swimming, Come on Down

Now that Olympic Trials are over, a new level of excitement and nervous energy slowly begins to ramp up. The…

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“Great Scott!”

“Great Scott” as defined by several different sources, is an exclamation of surprise, amazement or dismay. There are two possible…

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Engine. It’s Time.

’92 Olympians Roque Santos and Mel Stewart talk about Engine’s US debut

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Dave & Gary: Point/Counterpoint Meets Dr. Solomon

And you thought you’d seen mediocrity before, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome: Sabir Muhammad to the column!

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Omaha, eh? Part I

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.

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Feel the Speed

“One of the ways to boost your speed is to incorporate the Stationary Cord Long Hip Belt into your training.”

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Darian Townsend, Monday Morning Workout

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