It can be infuriating for coaches (and swimmers) to watch their athletes simply swim through a workout. Everyone knows that…
With school starting up many swimmers will be waging the familiar battle of swimming, studying, and also trying to get sleep. Here is why you should make sleep a priority this season.
A new season is upon us. Here are 5 simple mistakes to avoid to get your year off to a great start.
Welcome to day 2 of the Building Blocks progression powered by BridgeAthletic. The second exercise in this progression is the Decline Lat Pulldown.
Swim faster this year by streamlining your life outside of the pool. Here is how.
Mike Finch, the head coach of W. Ross McDonald Swimming in Brandford, Canada has been using the TritonWear technology for the last 4 months with his team.
The first exercise in the progression is a Seated Cable Row. This exercise allows athletes that struggle to pull their own weight to progress safely towards the pullup.
Teaching a young child to swim can be challenging. Here are my nine steps to teaching swim lessons.
Founded by the 1936 U.S. Olympic gold medalist Adolph Kiefer, we are the originator of the nylon racing suit and the non-turbulent racing lane.
THE BRICK is the world’s first-ever coreboard, a 6 lb weighted kickboard that turns any kick set into a total body workout that actually changes a swimmer’s body position in the water—even after the kicking is done.
Every swimmer knows the most successful swimmers are also the most confident swimmers. Sprint freestyle races, like any other race, require a lot of confidence in order to be successful particularly because there is no room for error!
A specific goal has a much greater chance of being accomplished than a general goal. To set a specific goal you must answer six “W” questions…
Over 20 minutes of strength building that doubles for aerobic training.
A hallmark of elite swimmers is the ability to be resilient in the face of trying circumstances. Here are 5 powerful ways to be a more resilient swimmer.