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Swim camp can be a lot of fun, if you’re prepared. Read Gavin Cooley’s 7 tips for having a good time at this summer’s swim camp.
There are so many amazing benefits that come with a regular yoga practice, but it isn’t easy…
We all have one. That one stroke when we hear its name, or see our name under the event, we give a great big sigh and say, “Coach, why am I doing this?”
From the moment finals end until prelims begin the next morning, you have the greatest opportunity to maximize your recovery. Knowing how to take control of those 12-16 hours away from the pool will help you perform at your best throughout the meet.
Proper race recovery strategies maximize a swimmer’s ability to perform well in multiple races and on multiple days at a meet. These strategies are perfected throughout the year, so when the competition comes around they are an integrated and expected component of the athlete’s routine.
As the long course season begins, it is a great time to take a look at the big picture: what do you want to accomplish in the next year and what steps can you take to get there?
Today’s backstrokers owe a lot to Vassallo, Berkoff, Suzuki and the other backstrokers who paved the way for the manner with which how the stroke is now competed.
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Rebecca used Yoga during her career as an elite athlete eventually replacing her weight lifting program entirely with yoga.
SwimSwam got the Marsh message via email. According to the Marsh-Man, it was Olympic star Ryan Lochte in the lead of the Team Elite pack crossing the cove.
Normally, I wouldn’t go out of my way to do running for dryland but with Larry Arnold it’s much more than just running.
At the end of your season, all the training is in the bag, and you are shaved, tapered, and ready to race. Perfecting your race details, such as starts, turns, and breakouts, will give you the best shot at making finals, finishing first, or hitting a qualifying time.
Swimmers use their core in every part of a race—from the propulsive undulation of dolphin kicking to the quick change of direction on a turn. Maintaining a strong core is an important part of the athlete’s strength training.