Sure, being excellent and awesome and a top athlete might look fun. But if we have spent any time around someone considered elite, we know that it requires some things that aren’t so fun, like, hard work and stuff.
Maximizing your potential in the pool is hard enough without having to deal with self-inflicted negativity. Here are 6 toxic thoughts every swimmer should drop.
Here are 8 inspirational quotes from the G.O.A.T. to get you motivated to swim your best the next time you hit the pool.
Here are 5 swim sets to push, challenge and improve your swimming from some of the top swimmers and coaches in the world.
In theory, tapering should be fairly straightforward for swimmers. You come down in mileage, up the quality efforts a little bit here and there, fine tune the technical aspects of your training, and then smash your personal best times at the big goal meet.
Swimmers have a specific set of fears when it comes to competing. Here are 5 of them we all experience.
For those in our lives that don’t share our commitment to the chlorinated life it can be difficult to understand exactly what it is that we do.
What can we learn from these swimmers who perform at a consistently high level?
Good swim coaches bring out the best in their athletes. Here are 16 things swim coaches say when on deck at the local pool.
Coaching swimmers to their full potential is tough. Here are 5 mistakes swim coaches make in developing their athletes.
Here’s why being the slow kid in the lane can actually greatly work to your benefit when you stop out on deck.
Recent research sought out to see what commonalities elite athletes possess. Here are 5 things that top achievers do that “almost champions” don’t.
We all want the best for our swimmers. Here’s some ideas for how to be the best swim parent you can be.
In 2003, while both were dominating their respective events on the international level, the two swimmers got together for a 5-day freestyle training battle royale. Here’s what happened.
When less is more; why swimmers should be counting their strokes during swim practice.