One of the best resources an athlete has access to is their coach. A suggestion from Michael Klueh, a Dolfin sponsored athlete and swimmer at Club Wolverine, is to have a goal meeting with your coach.
#6 – Ask for help if you need it.
MYST’s Michael Fleming shares a set to help your swimmers pace their 200 and 500 yard swims.
Lactate fuels the intensity of training, supplying information of how exercises start the metabolic system process.
LSU Tigers coach Chris Ip shares a set that will challenge your swimmer’s focus while keeping them swimming fast.
Ever wonder what a swimmer looks like if you pull away the skin? See here.
Backstroke requires an intricate coordination between head position, chest rotation and hip alignment all of which are tied closely to one thing: timing.
#5 – SLIP, SLOP, SLAP. It’s an Aussie slogan to cover up from the sun which is intense Down Under.
9-time Olympic medalist and Australian Swim Star Ian Thorpe shares his thoughts on watching the races at the 2014 European Championships.
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Guest contributor Josh Davis is a 5-time Olympic medalist, former captain of the USA National Team and a television sports…
Getting back into the water after a long break can be daunting. Here are 5 tips for making the transition from couch potato to high flyin’ swimmer a little easier.
This week, try pairing a Swim Parachute with a distance set to cut down on the yardage without sacrificing the endurance component.
Swimmers usually do not practice their starts much as they get older. Regular practice takes priority, and requires a lot more time and focus. Here are 4 unusual tips to improving your start…
Blucore, the company behind the new posture training tool, the Corsuit, has launched a new TV commercial, filmed in the…
#4 – 4. Six Olympians With Fourteen Olympic Medals
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