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Before Katie Ledecky it was Janet Evans who was the most dominant freestyler America had ever produced. The 3-time Olympian discusses the importance of logging your workouts in order to swim fast.
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Here are 5 proven ways that the simple act of tracking your workouts can make you a better and faster swimmer.
Achieving your goals in the pool is tough work. Here is how to make it a little bit (okay, fine– a lot) easier.
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.
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As we enter the Olympic year a whole slew of swimmers are in the home stretch of training towards qualifying…
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.