Who could forget that moment of collective shock and awe when Michael Phelps somehow managed to overtake Milorad Cavic in the final meter of the race to make Olympic history?
Learn more about head position in backstroke by watching the Race Club swimisode featuring World Champion backstroker, Junya Koga.
Swimming is far more than just a sport for many of us. Here are just a few of the endless reasons that I swim.
One of the most common mistakes I see in backstroke is with the pulling motion. Most backstrokers pull with an arm that is relatively straight, as if the arm were an oar pulling through the water.
A sports-related study’s findings recently presented at the UK’s Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health’s annual conference may have you re-thinking what you’re putting into your on-deck hydration bottle.
There are fewer things more frustrating to a swimmer than injury. Here are 5 tips to bounce back from an injury.
Freestyle kick butterfly is not easy to do, but if done properly with a consistent kick and with fins, a swimmer can feel the surge forward as he or she throws the head down and swings the arms forward after each breath.
Swimming – and sport in general – offers a rich proving ground for developing mental training skills that can serve you a great deal of good outside of the pool. Here are 6 hacks for getting the most of that grey mush between your ears.
Swimmers pride themselves on having legendary work ethics. We take satisfaction in knowing that our workload—even as young athletes—far exceeds that which is typical of other major sports.
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MP Swim Tips by Bob Bowman – Episode ZEHN Bob Bowman ist der Trainer des erfolgreichsten olympischen Athleten aller Zeiten: Michael…
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Becoming a collegiate swimmer can be extremely stressful and busy. It can be hard to balance class, homework, practice, meets…
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.