How successful we are in sport and in life is often as a result of the environment around us. Here are some tips for building an environment that promotes high performance swimming.
Without change it can be difficult to make progress. Here are 7 things swimmers can do to inflict some serious progress this season.
Gary Hall Sr: “I consider frontal drag the number one enemy of the swimmer. In the medium of our sport, water, which is about 800 times denser than air, drag forces impact the speed of a swimmer at significantly lower speeds than in air.”
The motion of the pulling arm underwater is arguably the most important concept we must learn to swim fast freestyle and butterfly.
#3 – We tend to compare our weaknesses against the strengths of others.
The important law of inertia comes into play at several key times during the flip turn and the approach to the wall is one of them. If a body in motion truly wants to stay in motion then the worst thing we can do is slow down while approaching the wall. Yet nearly every swimmer does.
All too often swimmers can’t get out of their own way while chasing success. Here are 5 reasons that swimmers fail when trying to achieve excellence in the pool.
Yoga is one of the most efficient ways that you can develop both the mobility and strength needed to developing a stronger and faster butterfly…
This season make your workouts more consistent and 16.4 times as awesome by steering clear of these common hang-ups that often derails a swimmer’s workout.
With a fresh season comes a new opportunity to excel at the sport we all love. Here are some strategies for developing goals that will keep the fire burning long into the season.
Commit Swimming is a new kind of workout manager for swim teams that was launched 20 months ago. We have been informed that this Spring, Commit surpassed a major milestone.
Sculling with the hands is one of the best ways to teach a swimmer to feel the water.
Swimming isn’t a sport, it’s a way of life. Here are 21 ways that you know you are a competitive swimmer.
Few have done it as long and as well as Roland Schoeman. Here are 5 keys to consistency and longevity with the sprinting star.
We all have things we want to do with our swimming. They are what we dream about when we should…