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All elite butterfliers have one thing in common: a great second kick. These few drills will help you master the art.
Paul Yetter contributes to SwimSwam Coach’s Log and he was kind enough to not only provide 3 workouts and a brief written explanation, but he also answered some of my questions in a SwimSwam Skype Interview. (Photo by NaplesNews.com)
Katrina Radke interviews Olympic Coach and legend Nort Thornton. His successes are numerous: several NCAA Championship titles as a coach…
EIU Head Coach Elliot Mcgill shares a full day’s workload with SwimSwam’s Coach’s log. (Swim Photo Credit © Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
Swim News: “Anthony Ervin, Kara Lynn Joyce, Kim Vandenberg and Connecticut’s own Madison Kennedy will be at the Hopkins School Pool from 1-5pm this Sunday to teach, but also to honor the families hit by tragedy in Newtown, CT.” (Swim Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
The tallest newsteam in swimming! And Tiffany. We love this stuff.
“Green hair color comes from copper depositing. Look at the photo of this chemical isolated in a vial. Note the color similarity between this chemical and a swimmer’s green hair.” (Swim Photo Credit: DAS)
“Winter break training can be used as a time to build confidence and courage, for those willing to tackle difficult challenges.” (Swim Photo Credit: CW)
One of the most common stroke errors is the inability to use both sides of the dolphin kick. Sometimes this issue is hard to diagnose….
From Dr. Andrew Chadeayne, Inventor of SwimSpay: Swimmer Gift? Gift for a Swimmer? “Gift idea for a swimmer? These are…
Eagle Swim Team Head Coach Scott Ward shares some insight into his training approach at EST. If you would like to share a workout with the swimming community email [email protected]
Swim News: “Dennis Pursley and Jonty Skinner aim to lead Alabama back to glory with FINIS.” (Swim Photo Credit: Vicki E)
Taper can be an extremely stressful time for swimmers, so here are a few tips to help you perform your best!