All good things come to an end. Here are 10 confessions of a washed-up swimmer.
Will you do the little things necessary to be just a bit better in the pool today
Beyond total volume, which isn’t very indicative of performance, here are 5 sneaky ways to measurably improve your swimming this season.
World 50m Freestyle Champion Bill Pilczuk stops by to share 4 tips for how to develop an unstoppable start.
With the added load of the bar on your back, focus on your balance, especially on the downward movement of the squat.
Welcome to day 4 of the Building Blocks progression powered by BridgeAthletic.
Swimmers know all too well the pain and suffering that goes along with being the best in the water.
The split squat will target the stabilizers, as well as the major lower-extremity muscle groups.
It’s short course season and speed in and out of the walls can win or lose a race. Explosive strength can make the difference and developing that type of strength was the goal for this kettlebell progression with Larry Arnold.
Many swimmers will be heading to collegiate programs for the first time this year. Here is something that every freshman swimmer needs to know.
The BW Squat is an excellent introduction to squat mobility and form. Work on developing strength by increasing repetitions.
Elizabeth Beisel turns 23 today and the birthday girl gives us the scoop on some of her favorite swimming memories.
The wall squat acts a foundation for developing the squat with a focus on form and stability. Wall support aids in form development, while time can be used as variable for increased difficulty.
Misfit and Speedo today are announcing the launch of a Speedo-branded activity, swim, and sleep tracker—Speedo Shine.