If you have access to a backyard pool, it can be a great asset to helping you stay in shape. But, training in a backyard pool will require you to think…
This article lays out a host of methods that can be used to simulate true competitive swimming when you only have 25-30 feet of pool available.
March’s Drill of the Month comes to us from Zach Mertens, an assistant coach at Drury University.
Once your body has made the flip, any hesitation, any little last minute adjustments, any imbalance, every single micro change you need to make takes time.
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February’s Drill of the Month comes to us from Scott Thompson, former Florida swimmer and head coach of Oaklantis Swim Team.
Most swimmers are given lots of training on the fundamentals of their turns. However, there are 2 turn problems that get worse with endless practices
From the early advancements by Jesse Vassallo and David Berkoff, the importance of underwaters continues to expand as the single most technique for swimmers.
January’s Drill of the Month comes to up from Mark Glover, aquatics director and head coach at the Suzhou Singapore International School.
December’s drill of the month comes to us to us from Jonathan Kaplan, head coach at Swim RVA in Richmond, VA.
Historically kick muscles are defined as propulsive or recovery, but science shows our ‘recovery’ muscle chain can provide over 30% of our leg propulsion.
November’s Drill of the Month comes to us from Dave Ling, head coach of the St. John’s Legends Swim Club in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
There are not a lot of ways to improve your wall power, but you must addressed it in every practice to ensure you don’t get lazy and create bad habits.
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