Regret. We fear and loathe it. Here is how to use it to make positive changes over the course of your swimming career.
Elite swimmers recognize the value in having ultimate accountability with their swimming. Here are 6 tips for busting the excuse-making loop.
Clark Campbell, head coach of the University of Kansas Swimming & Diving program stopped by to share a versatile set…
It’s a difficult experience to watch your swimmer come up short of their goals and expectations in the pool. Here is a simple strategy to help your swimmer move forward.
Early AM swim practices, while nearly universally loathed, are also a proving ground that separates the elite from the rest. Here are 6 reasons to learn to love early AM practices.
The moment you know your taper worked. Here are 15 signs you are a tapering swimmer.
As we enter the Olympic year a whole slew of swimmers are in the home stretch of training towards qualifying…
#3 – Search your history of awesome swims for what worked.
#3 – Keep moving. Sitting down and slumping into your breakfast will only keep you in that half-asleep mode.
We all experience ruts and droughts with our swimming. Here are 5 ways to get things back on track.
It’s almost the holidays! You know what that means– watching Elf a hundred times, holiday training camp, and getting sick. Here is what you need to know about training while sick.
You know those moments in your training where you do something you have never done before? You reach a new height or speed that you never thought was possible? Here is how to harness that powerful feeling so that you can consistently improve in the pool.
Those moments where we enter a state of flow with our swimming is hard to describe. The ease and power seems almost mystical. Here is how to more readily enter that magical state of flow in the pool.
Finding yourself getting stuck with your training? Want to build momentum like a locomotive so that you enter each practice ready to knock the main set right off the whiteboard? Start here.