Catch the Global Swimming Summit’s most popular talks via today’s encore presentation.
Elite swimmers recognize the value in having ultimate accountability with their swimming. Here are 6 tips for busting the excuse-making loop.
There are ‘Fast Fridays’ and then there are Trojan Swim Club Fast Fridays, marked by a stellar swim by Russia’s Yuliya Efimova.
The Swedish swimming podcast Snabbanan nabbed a big guest this week, talking to world record-holding butterflyer Sarah Sjostrom’s coach Carl Jenner.
The first-ever Global Swimming Summit continues this week, offering coaches, swimmers and swimming enthusiasts a chance to connect and listen to some of the brightest minds in the sport speak.
George Bovell and his Club Wolverine Elite teammates use peer and coach-conducted video analysis to get better every day.
Clark Campbell, head coach of the University of Kansas Swimming & Diving program stopped by to share a versatile set…
Most of us are lucky; we have the opportunity to eat every day, several times per day. At swim meets, it gets even crazier; food is everywhere. You need fuel to perform, that’s one of our core beliefs at AthleticFoodieTM, but it’s critical that you don’t eat over-eat around competitions.
The first device that will instantaneously correct your swimming technique.
It is important for any swimmer to improve mobility and relieve tension in their upper body this short sequence can help you do just that…
World champion backstroker Junya Koga demonstrates a backstroke swim drill, also known as 6 Kick Switch, that will help you appreciate the importance of this extreme rotation from one side to the other.
Like any other technical skill, underwater kicking, also known as the 5th Stroke, requires focus and attention in each and every workout.
It’s a difficult experience to watch your swimmer come up short of their goals and expectations in the pool. Here is a simple strategy to help your swimmer move forward.
Big, awesome goals are great, but the key to getting there lies in setting smaller, short term goals.
The BridgeAthletic Building Blocks Series is a set of 5 exercises that can be performed on the pool deck by swimmers with a basic level of dryland experience and proficiency.