See 12 “Summer Swim Camps” you will love to attend this summer. These swim camps are headed by some of the best coaches in swimming.
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How we choose to talk to ourselves, that little voice in our head that whispers to us to keep going, or on the other hand tells us to give up, has a profound impact on how we perform in the pool.
Together, the University of Tennessee’s men’s and women’s teams rose a combined 11 spots in our post-invite Power Rankings after breakout performances at home.
If a swimmer is determined to use the kick for strong propulsion, the way most great swimmers do, then a six-beat kick is necessary…
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American Record Holder Zane Grothe recently traveled with Indiana University to Arizona State University for their annual holiday training trip. See the monster 4,000-yard set Zane did in one of the practices that week.
See 17 Swim Camps you will love to attend this summer. These camps are headed by some of the best coaches in swimming.
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No matter how things ended last year, a clean slate is upon us. Here are 6 tips for training smarter next year.
For all you first time parents or maybe parents new to swim lessons, I did some research on what you can do to prepare you little one for their first swim lessons.
World Champion Junya Koga demonstrates the one arm backstroke drill. This swim drill enables the swimmer to isolate the movement and position of the arm during the entry and underwater pull.
We sent our head of production, Coleman Hodges, to be a fly on the wall at practice, then relay what he discovered back to you over pancakes
This marks 4 months that Todd DeSorbo and his staff have led the UVA cavaliers, and SwimSwam was able to check in with them to see how things were going
Swimming saves lives. How many other sports can say that? According to the USA Swimming Foundation, “drowning is the 2nd leading cause of unintentional injury death, with the highest rates among children ages 1-4.”
Pace control is certainly one of the most important skills but also most overlooked areas in teaching nine year old or older age group swimmers.
If you’ve never had swimming lessons before you may be a little bit hesitant as to what you should expect on that first day and beyond. We understand this!