Swimming fast on race day means swimming well in practice. Here are three things swimmers can do to crank up their swim practices.
The main set is the meat potatoes of your swim practice. Are you giving it all of the effort that your swimming and big goals deserve?
There’s lots going on when you step up on the blocks. Here is how to manage internal and external distractions so that you can swim fast when it matters most.
Hey coaches–Here are some long-term strategies that you can use to help motivate your swimmers so that they maximize their time in the water.
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This swim practice is designed to give you the endurance to come back strong on the back half of your races. Let’s get after it.
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