Can we try too hard to achieve our goals in the pool? Is there a point where our passion for our swimming becomes counter-productive?
Swimming technique goes hand in hand with racing strategy. Racing strategy often involves implementing more than one swimming technique.
Recently I got an email from a young swimmer asking whether he should start writing out his workouts. Here’s an expanded version of my answer.
In today’s swimming world, many swimmers are forced to taper down twice during a short period of time.
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Even the elite swimmers have bad swims. Here is a simple, yet extremely powerful, 3 step plan for dealing with a poor swim.
If you want to practice the Butterfly on a competitive level, first of all, you need to practice the movement…
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Swimming better and faster starts with the ultimate fundamental–proper technique. Here’s what swimmers need to know about getting their technical game tight.
Having great plantar flexibility of the ankle is a prerequisite for developing a stronger, faster flutter kick.
All swimmers have bad swims. Here are 5 ways to bounce back the next time you have a bad performance at the pool.
Want to get ahead of tomorrow’s workout? Here are 7 simple things that you can do today to make sure tomorrow’s practice goes down like a cool glass of success.
Using a training journal gives you much more than just a record of your workouts. It can help you clean up your nutrition habits, get mentally stronger, and even help you recover faster. Here’s how to go next-level with your log book.