Todd DeSorbo isn’t like everyone else and he willingly admitted to that when he was the featured coach in the Coaches Corner.
This week, Cody Miller‘s YouTube Vlog, which is one of the best new things in swimming recently, is going next-level. This…
The breakout is the final part of the freestyle flip-turn and it is also where mistakes are commonly made.
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At some point we have all stood on the brink of a tough workout or big-time race and found ourselves thinking, “I can’t.” Here is what you need to know about these two little words that are keeping you from swimming to your potential.
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Goggles are an essential part of all competitive swimmers equipment but often if the straps are too tight or after…
Incorporating Swimming Specific Yoga into your warm-up routine is an amazing way to increase body awareness, mobility, activation and focus before hitting the water…
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SwimSwam went to Southlake to visit the North Texas Nadadores just before the high school sectional meet for Texas
As the saying goes, nothing in sports is ever new, and all the great coaches are copying other great coaches…
When it comes to swimming, we have a very skewed view of training. A few weeks ago, I attended the TYR Pro Swim Series in Austin.
Leg strength and good ankle plantar flexibility are required to develop a strong flutter kick, but more is needed. Fitness of the leg muscles used in the kicking motion must also be developed to an extraordinary level.
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MP Swim Tips by Bob Bowman – Episode Neun Bob Bowman ist der Trainer des erfolgreichsten olympischen Athleten aller Zeiten:…
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