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Michael Andrew Breaks 15-16 National Record in 50 Yard Free, 19.24

Michael Andrew, posing with his father and coach Peter Andrew, after becoming the fastest 16-year old ever in the 50 yard freestyle.

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How to Get Into the Flow State With Your Swimming

Those moments where we enter a state of flow with our swimming is hard to describe. The ease and power seems almost mystical. Here is how to more readily enter that magical state of flow in the pool.

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AESC Oklahoma Pro-Am 2015 Friday Finals Recap

American Energy Swim Club 24th Elite-AM Pro Friday finals recap.

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Michael Andrew: 1st 15-16 to Break 52-Seconds with New 100 Breast NAG

Michael Andrew has broken the national age group record in the 100 breast for the third time in a week. This time he became the first 16-and-under to dip under the 52-second barrier.

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The Swimmer’s Guide to Developing Unstoppable Momentum

Finding yourself getting stuck with your training? Want to build momentum like a locomotive so that you enter each practice ready to knock the main set right off the whiteboard? Start here.

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5 Great Goal Setting Hacks for Swimmers

With the year comeing to an end, it’s time to set some new goals. Here are 5 tips for making this year’s goals your best yet.

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Masters Motivation: 3 ways to maintain your focus

Laura Val is one of the best masters swimmers in the world. So much so that she owns every world record in her current age group. Here Laura shares her three key tips on longevity and motivation.

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Bridge Athletic Building Block #3 – Power Circuit for Christmas/Winter Training Trips

The BridgeAthletic Building Block Series is a set of 5 exercises that can be performed by swimmers of all levels on the pool deck. This building block is designed as a power circuit to add to Christmas/Winter training sessions.

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Can data make you faster?

It’s mid-way in the swim season: Are you on track to hit your goals this year? What did you do to push yourself closer to that goal today? Do you remember what your goals are?

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Banned Olympic Champion Park Tae-Hwan Returns Home to Korea

2008 Olympic gold medalist and two-time silver medalist at the 2012 Olympic Games, Park Tae-Hwan, is set to return home to Korea, still under suspension for having tested positively for a banned substance last year.

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Holiday Season – 5 Things Every Swimmer Needs

Holidays are the most wonderful time of year, but we know they can be plenty stressful and expensive, too. Here are five easy-to-find suggestions for the swimmers in your life that won’t bust your budget.

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Yoga for Swimmers – 3 “More” Poses to Enhance Your Recovery

The following three poses are a great way to recover from an intense practice or training block…

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How Long Does it Take to Create Good Swimming Habits?

You’ve made the decision to change your habits in the pool for the better. Here is how long it will take to make those changes stick.

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8 Reasons a Swim Log Will Help You Swim Faster

One of the best and under-utilized tools you can unleash on your swimming is keeping a swim log. Here are 8 reasons to start using one today.

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FINIS Kick Pro with Olympian Scott Weltz

The Kick Pro is a neoprene cuff worn above or below the knees, or around the ankles to promote proper kick technique.

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