The holiday season is in full swing! Have you started stocking up on gifts to give your loved ones? If not, TYR has got some deals for you.
For some swimmers, the real struggle comes after all of the hard work is done. Here are 5 tips for surviving your taper.
Research has proven that swimmer’s shoulder will hold back 3 out of 4 elite swimmers during their career. And the cruel irony is that when you put in the hours and hard work, you’re often the worst hit.
Ready for greatness? Here are 7 things you need to know on your way to swimming excellence.
Devin came from Pipeline Swimming in Tampa, Florida where he coached Junior National and Junior Olympic qualifiers as well as High School State Champions and the Bosnian National Record Holder in the 50 and 100 Freestyle.
Elite swimmers don’t just swim faster, they swim tougher. Here are 7 tips for increasing mental toughness with your athletes.
Fike Swim is expanding its support of swimmers across aquatic sports with the addition of two-time Ironman 70.3 Champion and former Texas Longhorn standout David Kahn.
Today a swimmer will make the decision to be better than they were yesterday in the pool. Will that swimmer be you?
Saturday, Nov 19th, swimmers will have the once in a lifetime opportunity to spend 3 hours working with American Record Holder Nathan Adrian and the Captain of 2000 Olympic Swim Team Josh Davis.
To celebrate the release of their most advanced tech suit ever, blueseventy is having a “Win the r10” Giveaway.
After working at Swim Labs for over a year, I have found that is that there is a 41 degree angle of power with the elbows out and the forearms and wrists in, in the power phase.
Think you have what it takes to race Katie Ledecky? Here is what the greatest active swimmer on the planet does in practice.
The man, the legend, the moustache. Here is Gregg Troy’s favorite distance set.
The 50-meter sprint primarily involves two of the three energy systems we have available to use. Stored energy and anaerobic energy production are the two principal ways in which we delivery ATP to our muscles for this short, all-out burst of speed.