Dr. Gary Hall Sr: “Swipping is a conjoining of the words Swimming and Slipping. Swipping is a new word I invented to describe swimming with the least amount of frontal drag possible.”
Are you a Sammy Save Up or not? Ever wonder how you can sometimes tap a reservoir of unseen energy at the end of a long and trying set? Here is why that happens, and how you can use it to swim faster in training.
We all have our own reasons for strapping on the swimsuit and diving into the waters of our local neighborhood pool. For some, it’s the aspiration of repping our country on the world stage. For others, it is to swim beyond high school in the collegiate ranks. And for others, it’s a means of fitness, a place to Zen out, a way to get and stay in shape.
In this Race Club #swimisode, Coach Gary Hall teaches the proper distance one should maintain between feet both side to side and back to front on the modern swimming starting block.
MP Swim Tips by Bob Bowman – Episode Vierzehn Bob Bowman ist der Trainer des erfolgreichsten olympischen Athleten aller Zeiten: Michael…
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This yoga for swimmers video takes you through a short practice that will help improve your butterfly…
See 19 “Summer Swim Camps” you will love to attend this summer. These swim camps are headed by some of the best coaches in swimming.
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As a former swimmer, long course was always my much better of the two version.
Have you ever noticed that the fastest swimmers in the pool typically look like they are swimming with less effort than the slower ones? It is not a coincidence. There is a reason and it is mostly in the wrist.
Duke Swim Camp is specifically designed for the swimmer wanting to learn elite level techniques and training skills.
The Upper Valley Swim Camp is designed for competitive swimmers who are looking to improve technique across all strokes, starts and turns.
Two of the most important ways of getting a faster backstroke is by reducing frontal drag and by increasing propulsive power. The one arm backstroke drill accomplishes both tasks.
How successful we are in sport and in life is often as a result of the environment around us. Here are some tips for building an environment that promotes high performance swimming.
Top Dawg Swim Camp (TDSC) focuses on developing the entire swimmer through stroke proficiency, good eating habits, mental training and individual discipline.
By Joanne M. Koury, M.Ed. CLIMB, SWING, JUMP, THROW, REACH AND HANG…ever watch young children play in a playground equipped…