It’s the day of the big race and you are ready to throw down on your PB’s. Here is a proven way to supercharge your warm-up so that your hard work shows up at race time.
Ready to ditch the kickboard? Develop a more balanced freestyle kick with the Zona kick drill.
The idea behind having a good start is simple: you want to carry a shocking amount of speed into the water, through your breakout, and explode up into the swimming portion of the race.
If you knew that you couldn’t fail, what would you do with your swimming? Here are 8 strategies for defeating the fear of failure for swimmers.
The long term benefits of working hard in the pool are frequently discussed and well known. Here are 3 short term ways that hard work benefits us.
We all have ’em. Those workouts where nothing seems to go your way. Here is how to make the most of those sessions in the pool.
It can be infuriating and mystifying for swimmers to swim faster in practice than competition. Here is the simple reason for why this happens.
The sport of swimming will teach you a lot over the course of your life. From how to deck change to be able to MacGyver a set of Swedish goggles thirty seconds before you have to be up on the blocks. Here are some of the life-lasting lessons that your swim coach will remind you about over your career.
Want to boost your performance in the pool? Here’s how to do it without swimming a single extra meter or yard.
You won’t always be the most talented or the fastest swimmer in the pool. But you can be the most…
Former Olympian Martin Zubero stops by with a focused high intensity kick set that you can use to help condition your legs to dominate your 100 events.
Achieving success with our swimming takes work. Here are 6 ways to help you push the envelope with your swimming goals.
Elite swimmers like Matt Grevers understand the importance of having good habits in training. Here are 6 bad practice habits swimmers should break.
Elite swimmers understand the need to be patient when working towards their goals. Will you be patient enough to see through your goals in the pool?