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.
Motivation isn’t a prerequisite for training like a certified boss. Here is why it is okay to be unmotivated at times.
It’s easy to think the worst of ourselves when things don’t go the way we planned. But if you’re really serious about achieving excellence in the water, this setback may turn out to be exactly what you needed.
Everyone loves a good comeback story, and there are fewer more heart warming than the tale of Pablo Morales and his gold medal winning performance at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.
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Talking a big game and making excuses in the pool is easy. Succeeding, on the other hand, isn’t. Here is what you need to know about swimming fast and excuse-free.