FEATURED IMAGE: That’s the tattoo of former Clemson swimmer Chris Dart. Now Chris is the Assistant Men’s Coach at Brown University, and for our enjoyment he’s sharing the “Bruno Strong” Distance Set.
Swim coach and former National Team swimmer Leila Vaziri shares the next installment in her video series, this time demonstrating freestyle with breaststroke arms.
Olympic Champion Josh Davis: “I find it interesting that a lot of swimmers do breathing patterns different from what the World and American record holders do.”
In this SwimMAC Carolina team video, Head Coach and SwimMAC Carolina CEO, David Marsh, answers a young age grouper’s loaded question…
There are many styles to a relay start. Power and reaction time are critical to all of them. Let’s take a look at the top 3 things you can do to sharpen your relay start.
Photographer: Mallyce Miller mallyce.com – Surfer: Dot Bugbee etsy.com/shop/SaltedGems – Location: Uluwatu, Bali
Jason Lezak, Rebecca Soni, Ariana Kukors, Haley Anderson, Jessica Hardy, Kim Vandenberg, Lenny Krazelburg and John Naber step up to support Rose Bowl Aquatics Head Coach Jeff Julian in his battle against cancer.
5-time Olympic medalist, Josh Davis, interviews Olympic gold medalist Peter Vanderkaay. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
Restorative yoga is a very powerful tool to enhance recovery…
From the moment you land in a new place for a meet, the rest of your day should follow the same pattern every time you travel—that is to say, what you do on arrival day must become second nature to you.
Alex Meyer, Olympian, World Champion and VASA Ambassador, gets down on HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT.
How you eat is not about calories, “super foods”, or special tricks. It is entirely about how you can best refuel your muscles for the next race while accelerating recovery from the previous one.
Tyler Fenwick is one of the most recognizable distance coaches in the world, having served as primary coach for multiple US National finalists, National Champions, Junior World Champions and World Champions.
Three full days of racing is incredibly taxing, both mentally and physically. Athletes must learn how to take advantage of the high-energy environment without letting it deplete their own energy stores.