Training

Swim Training: How to Generate a More Powerful Catch

Building strength through swimming alone can be difficult. With proper strength training on land, and with resistance tools like stretch cords and parachutes in the water, swimmers will increase their power with each stroke.

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Swim Gear: Funky Trunks Launches Apex Performance Jammer

The APEX Performance Suits uses advanced waterproofing fabric to cut through the water.

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Ask Chloe Sutton

If you have any questions that you would to ask Chloe Sutton, just post to the comments here, Tweet @SwimSpray, post to SwimSpray’s Facebook, or email [email protected] with your question. SwimSpray will post the answers next week.

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Olympian and World Champion Alex Meyer to Appear at Open Water Select Camp

U.S. Olympian Alex Meyer will make an appearance at the Open Water Select Camp, which runs from June 10-14 at Lake Castaic in Santa Clarita, California.

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Swim Gear: Pace Pal clocks are perfect for swimmers to use on “test sets”

The right gear makes a huge difference in practice. What if you could carry your own portable pace clock to practice, your own personal pace clock that is also large enough to be seen from the deck or underwater in your lane?

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Mix up swim practice with the Tempo Trainer Pro and Foil Monofin

The TTP is a great way to incorporate precision into an array of otherwise routine sets. For instance, try using the TTP in conjunction with a Foil Monofin to tune into a controlled underwater kick.

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2014 USA Swimming Foundation Fantasy Camps Headlined by 8 Olympians and Olympic Coaches

The Youth Fantasy Camp will feature coaches David Marsh and Todd Schmitz, current National Team athlete Anthony Ervin, and swimming icon Mel Stewart. The Adult Fantasy Camp will feature coach Bruce Gemmel, current National Team athlete Nathan Adrian, and swimming icons Rowdy Gaines and Debbie Meyer.

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Improve Swimmer Hip Rotation, Symmetry and Rhythm with the Tech Toc

As most swimmers and coaches know, improving stroke efficiency often requires precise technique correction that calls for private instruction, underwater filming, but most of all, TIME.

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Brain-based movement learning for swimmers – TED x Video

Sean Hutchison, former U.S. Olympic coach and the inventor of IKKOS, explains his patented, brain-based movement learning system.

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SJACY’s Adam Ritchie Shares a Sprint Workout

In today’s Coach’s Intel Adam Ritchie, national team head coach at the YMCA of Burlington and Camden County – South Jersey Aquatic Club, shares a sprint set that his group did this May

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Blucore introduces the Corsuit

For over three years now, swimmers have struggled to reach the times set during the era of the Supersuit. Now Blucore is doing something about it, with the release of the Corsuit.

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7 Butterfly Sets To Test Your Toughness

Seven butterfly sets from Bob Bowman to David Marsh to elites and fitness swimmers.

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7 Distance Butterfly Swims That Might Make You Cringe in Pain

Swimming video of long distance butterfly swims, 500 yards to 10k.

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Resistance Training: Try This Swim Parachute Set

Becoming comfortable with fatigue is a crucial part of the racing experience, particularly to swimmers who regularly compete in the 200’s of stroke. The added drag experienced while swimming with a Swim Parachute simulates this feeling to perfection, allowing you to provide real-time feedback in a training setting.

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Swim Job: Q Swimwear Seeks Sales Representatives to Fill Positions Nationwide

Q swimwear, a custom swimsuit company based out of San Diego, Ca is looking for well qualified sales representatives to help grow our brand.

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