One can look at the freestyle kick as being similar to the turbocharged engine.
Feeling inspired to take your swimming to the next level? Here are 6 benefits of mental training for competitive swimmers.
At the recent convention of the American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA), Arizona State coach Bob Bowman delivered remarks focused on how he prepared Michael Phelps for the Olympics in 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016
World record holders Sarah Sjöström and Adam Peaty share their favourite sets…
Folker presented at the America Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) 2017 World Clinic in Washington D.C., addressing a packed house in two separate four-hour sessions.
There are a ton of different ways swimmers are looking to get better nowadays. Whether it’s experimenting with a new type of training or trying out a new product – swimmers are curious creatures.
Another school year is rolling, which means the eternal struggle of balancing swimming and school is upon you again. Here are 6 tips for overcoming the struggle.
Oftentimes in swimming, it is said that a flip turn will make or break a race. Considered to be a “blind” turn, a swimmer’s head should stay directly in line with their body and not look around at their competition when completing the motion.
In this video clinic series, University of Tennessee Head Coach and AQUA BOOM® Technical Advisor Matt Kredic shares ways to work your kick and core using the AQUA BOOM®.
If you are interested in getting your breaststroke clicking, you had better build a strong breaststroke kick.
A new season is coming, and with it, a fresh chance to do it even better. Here are 7 ways to do it better this year.
It’s time to get engaged, and that means thinking during practice. But maybe you aren’t sure where to begin. So here’s a list of ideas for you!
Rebecca Soni: “Dolphin Kick Breaststroke drill is one of my favorites. For me, the biggest benefit of this drill is being able to work on the timing of the stroke. The timing is the most important variable in this stroke.
Breaststroke can come and go like the wind. It is frustrating for both swimmers and coaches to have a swimmer’s breaststroke clicking one season and then, in the next, ‘poof’, the technique vanishes.