Improvement comes just beyond our comfort zone. Here’s how to get cozy with the scary unknown in the pool.
You can tell a lot about swimmers during the last ten minutes of practice. Here’s what helping with the equipment says about you.
Teaching swimming technique is very interesting. Every client we have at The Race Club is different. Some learn easily. Some don’t.
At The Race Club we have always preached to our campers to try to swim smarter.
Ultra-Short Race Pace Training proponents Michael Andrew and Peter Andrew are launching an online course to teach other coaches and swimmers about the much-discussed training system.
Grit, mental toughness, fortitude—whatever we’re calling it this week, is essential to your swimming success. Here’s why resilience is the difference maker you’ve been looking for in the pool.
Need some help to get hyped up to crush it at practice today? We got ya covered.
Stumbles, setbacks and failures are a natural part of the upwards trajectory of our swimming. What will your reaction be when the inevitable setback happens to you in the pool?
Recently I paid a visit to my alma mater, Indiana University, to celebrate the life of the Grand Dame of swimming, Marge Counsilman.
Find out what four yoga poses swimmers can use to relieve tightness and tension in the chest, shoulders, hips and quads.
A short-axis stroke is defined as a stroke where there is desirable rotation of the body along the short axis through the middle of the hip, as opposed to the long axis, along the length of the body.
Many years ago, I was coaching a ten year old swimmer that had a bad habit of turning her head to one side with each right arm recovery in backstroke.
Mental toughness isn’t just about being more gritty than the next swimmer; it’s about taking care of yourself between practices. Here’s how sleep will help you be more resilient this season.
Not sure about how mental training can help benefit your swimming? Here are 17 ways that a better mindset will help you swim faster this season.
If it’s big-time success in the pool you want, start by thinking small. Here’s how.