Swim Photo Credit: USAs
In part 2 of Garrett’s interview with Steve Bultman, they get into specifics about what the Aggies do on a weekly basis in the practice pool. (Swim Pic Credit © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
We have a lot to be thankful for as swimmers. In particular, great new products and great technology.
Good coaches are always looking for new ways to keep training fresh. Coach’s Log is a place to share workouts, sets, and training ideas.
Minnesota State University Mankato’s Women’s Swim Team participated in the Seventh Annual Ted Mullin’s “Leave it in the Pool” Hour of Power Relays.
FINIS Agility Paddles help a swimmer focus on improving their stroke technique while maintaining a natural feel. (Swim Photo Credit: FSI)
Another Use for the FINIS Swimmer’s Snorkel – Head Position in Breaststroke Swimmers and coaches use the Swimmer’s Snorkel in…
One of the toughest things to teach in swimming is the dive. In this video, Roland Schoeman talks about how he sets up his start and what he’s focused on during this crucial part of a sprint race.
500 @ 5:00, 5×100 fastest average on 2:00… Three times. A pretty impressive early season set from the Stanford distance group.
Baylor School is one of the most dominant high school programs in the country. Garrett talks with head coach Dan Flack about his training program.
SwimSpray Swim News: “I’m very proud that the Princeton family came together for such a great event,” said Princeton coach Susan Teeter. (Swim Photo Credit: AS)
Dear Katrina wishes you all a Happy Halloween today! Clowning around or chickening out? Hey, be like Michael Phelps! Here…
“This year, swimmers at Potomac Valley Swimming’s October Open smelled a lot less like chlorine.” ( Swim Photo Credit: AC)
A new use for the FINIS Tempo Trainer Pro, as a means to keep swimmers at a desired pace and interval.