Yoga can be a powerful part of a pre-race routine that can set you up for a great performance…
With only two days left until the start of the 2015 NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships, the Tennessee women are ready and loose.
Swim training can often feel quite repetitive and it can feel like you are chugging along simply ‘maintaining’ speed and fitness and not actually moving forward.
Video courtesy of IKKOS. The name sounds odd, but it has historic roots. IKKOS of Tarentum was the first recorded Olympic coach in ancient Greece, and he was known as “the trainer of champions.”
As we near the end of the academic year, swimming is just beginning to pick up steam. Preparing for final exams and projects can be difficult when swimmers need to travel for competitions and focus on racing.
High School Swim Coach Amy Webb describes their implementation of USRPT with the Fairview HS Boys Swim Team in Boulder, CO.
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When athletes travel, external factors in the travel day can be disruptive to their meet preparation. The elite athlete takes steps to minimize any negative impact from traveling—whether or not the day goes as planned. Here are a few tips to help you travel smoothly for a competition.
With the primary part of their short course championship season gone, Rose Bowl Aquatics head coach Jeff Julian has now shifted his focus to “reviewing the process.”
You touch the wall, look up at the clock, and you’re met with disappointment. That wasn’t the time you trained for. That wasn’t the time that you put all of your effort into. So now what? Here are five things to do after a bad race…
USA Swimming today announced the staff selected to guide next month’s National Junior Team Camp, which is slated for April…
#2 COMMIT – “Commit not only to your rehab program, but commit to coming back to the sport. Without looking at the end goal the days of rehab to follow will be ten fold harder.”
“Steve’s got a natural presence that embodies the Dolfin spirit – we’re fun, we’re professional, and we live in water.” says Matt Zimmer, Director of Brand Development.
Courtesy of Gary Hall Sr., 10-time World Record Holder, 3-time Olympian, 1976 Olympic Games US Flagbearer and The Race Club co-founder.
FEATURED IMAGE: That’s the tattoo of former Clemson swimmer Chris Dart. Now Chris is the Assistant Men’s Coach at Brown University, and for our enjoyment he’s sharing the “Bruno Strong” Distance Set.