Olympic gold medalist, Anthony Ervin, knows that stretching is a very important part of training. Following a routine increases flexibility and range of motion which increases performance ability and limits the chances of injury. (Image courtesy of FINIS)
In this morning’s Coach’s Intel, Edward Denny of Div 2 women’s program California University of PA shares a set to get your swimmers racing each other. (Photo credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures.com)
Oakville Aquatics head coach Sean Baker drops a set designed for 200m butterflyers to hit race pace or faster. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
Crimson Aquatics (Andover) head coach Mike Spring shows how to make racing a learned experience with this workout. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
Brigham Young University swimming head coach John Brooks shares a set to help build speed when transitioning from one stroke to the next in IM. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
In today’s Coach’s Intel, Swim Dogs head coach Mark Johnston shows you how to develop speed for your 100 yard-or-meter races.
Here is a distance practice courtesy of Kyle Schack. He is the head coach & High Performance Coach at Crimson Aquatics, which is also the home of open water swimmer Olympian Alex Meyer. (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, TheSwimPictures)
Alicia Coutts was Australian the darling of the Olympics in London winning five medals; gold in the 4 x 100 freestyle relay, silver in the 200 IM, 4 x 100 medley relay and 4 x 200 freestyle relay and bronze in the 100 butterfly (photo credit Swimming Australia / Delly Carr)
Shield breakdown by 25s, above and below the water coverage (Photo Credit: Tim Binning, theswimpictures)
The use of short blade fins, such as FINIS Zoomers, can help an athlete train smarter in the pool. How? We provide a couple of examples that highlight the advantages of Zoomer training.