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Many coaches have problems getting their swimmers to perform well in the mornings. The truth is if a swimmer does not perform well in preliminaries, they may not have an opportunity to compete at night.
Brent Bergstedt of Rocky Mountain Thunder Swimming submits a base-developing set to give swimmers conditioning to build off of.
In today’s Coach’s Intel, Michael Solati of the Blue Marlins of Greater New Haven shares a sprint/anaerobic set he uses with his athletes.
Jason Calanog (center) talks about a set he did last week with his star swimmer Caeleb Dressel (left). Photo Courtesy of Jason Calanog.
Ruta Meilutyte has a weapon that perhaps no woman in the world can match, and perhaps never before has it been more obvious just how good she is off of the blocks.
When it comes to distance pool swimming, no male athletes will be referenced more often than Sun Yang or Grant Hackett. Sun and Hackett have displayed domination for several uncontested years on an international stage.
Tennessee’s 2013 Women’s NCAA Champions in the 200 Freestyle Relay – Caroline Simmons, Faith Johnson, Lindsay Gendron, Kelsey Floyd – stand out amongst the field in speed but also in technique.
Paul Silver of the Marlins of Raleigh shares two sets his athletes perform during aerobic and lactate weekly cycles.
A researcher at POrtsmouth University in the UK has found a new set of muscles for elite swimmers to focus on. (Above: Nora McCullagh)
Whether it’s swimmer’s ear, a foot in a cast, stitches or a skin infection, most swimmers have been stuck on the side of the pool at some point in their career. Here are some tips to keep yourself in swim-shape until you can get back in the water.
The Eastern States Swim Clinic has a great lineup of Olympic swimmers and coaches, including Mike Bottom (featured image), David Marsh, Todd Schmitz, Ian Crocker and Kate Zielger.
In today’s Coach’s Intel Erik Wiken from Heartland Aquatics shares one of his favorite sets.