With just under a year left until the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials, one swim coach is taking a tour across America to see a wide view of America’s Swim Team in the lead up to America’s biggest swim meet.
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With the end of the season fast approaching, swimmers are beginning to taper for peak performances. Elite athletes know how…
Swimming requires a certain amount of feeling and grip of the water – correlating to your hand. Your palm should be flat, creating a gentle pull on the water. Your fingers are slightly spread apart.
Real-time data in a coach’s hand is a powerful tool that will allow coaches to optimize each swimmer’s training program.
Trent Grimsey: “The three biggest areas you need to master if you want to become as efficient as possible in the open water are body position, sighting and breathing.”
This week, swim coach Leila Vaziri takes on backstroke head position in her weekly series of technique videos.
Top swimmers like Michael Phelps use visualization to make the most of their hard work in the pool. Here are 5 tips to making it work for you.
With several meets upon us in a short summer season, recovering quickly from long competitions is important to maintaining consistency in your training. When you finish that final race on Sunday, take your recovery seriously in order to re-focus your energy heading into another week of training.
During the freestyle leg of his 200 IM, he rolled onto his back while underwater in streamline and kicked out on his back until just before his breakout.
Giving your body the best opportunity to maintain form during a race will help you finish stronger. Let’s discuss how to improve your body position.
Injuries come with our sport. That is a simple truth. Unfortunately, regardless of how well we take care of ourselves…
Two years ago, Colorado Torpedoes Swim Team head coach, Roy Chaney, found himself looking for a change…
Olympian Elizabeth Beisel has joined Mutual of Omaha’s Gold Medal Team, a select group of active and retired swimmers, sponsored by Mutual of Omaha, who represent the sport to young people across the country.
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