Achieving big stuff in the pool requires a couple dashes of sacrifice. Learn whether or not you are ready to take your swimming to the next level with these simple questions.
The circuit itself is similar to the work the swimmers do in the water where their anaerobic capacity is being worked, by the kettle bells, with an aerobic element in the running.
With all of the time and energy spent in the water over the course of the season it seems a little surprising how few athletes pay attention to the mental aspect of their performance and attitude in the water.
Who swam the sub-5:00 500 backstroke at a SwimMAC Elite practice last week?
Dr. Ben Houltberg breaks down “Performance Based Identity” in this 26 minute presentation.
Check out the drone footage of a recent Trojan Swim Club practice.
Foreword Legendary coach Jozsef Nagy is widely credited with inventing the modern “wave” breaststroke and has produced such elite-level swimmers…
Being a perfectionist is not only exhausting, but hamstrings your chances at success in the pool. Here’s why.
A year has passed since Swimnex released its mathematical predictions for the 2016 Olympics, and the Swimnex creators have tweaked their formula to come up with an updated set of predictions with less than a year to go before the Rio Games.
Here are the 9 things you have to do and 9 famous quotes to motivate you along the way…
Here are 5 warning signs that your motivation levels are about to precariously dip — and what you can do to make sure that your swimming and your goals stay on track.
Mutual of Omaha BREAKOUT clinics are a SwimSwam partner. More and more coaches and programs are learning the benefits that…
Ready to take your training to the next level? Here’s a quick 3 point plan for exploiting the biggest areas of improvement — your weaknesses.
Arguably one of the most difficult events in swimming, the Individual Medley is just as technically demanding as it is grueling.