The early morning practice is a familiar part of the swimming experience. Here is why it does and doesn’t make sense for fast swimming.
We have all been there at some point. Training will be going , well, swimmingly, and out of the blue we will suffer an injury. Or perhaps it is that chronic injury we thought we finally had a lid on that pops back up and stings us for what feels the millionth time. In both cases, the resulting feelings are the same.
When you aren’t seeing the results you want in the pool it’s usually because your expectations are out of whack….
Some of us have that great coach early on and never let them go while others find them later in their careers. Whatever the case, they end up leaving a clear footprint on who you become as the years progress.
Make the most of your time in the pool by implementing these 6 tips for better workouts for swimmers.
Do you set yourself big goals at the beginning of the season? Are there things you want to do with your swimming – know that you can do with your swimming – but you aren’t sure how to get from where you are now to where you dream to be?
Wanna get more from your practices? Here are my 3 favorite strategies for getting the absolute most from your time spent in the water.
Want to add some extra velocity to your goals and habits in the pool? Learn how by setting identity-based habits.
Are you making the most of your time in the water? Instead of focusing on doing more, focus on doing it better. Here are 3 ways to max out the time spent at practice.
Achieving big stuff in the pool requires a couple dashes of sacrifice. Learn whether or not you are ready to take your swimming to the next level with these simple questions.
With all of the time and energy spent in the water over the course of the season it seems a little surprising how few athletes pay attention to the mental aspect of their performance and attitude in the water.
Being a perfectionist is not only exhausting, but hamstrings your chances at success in the pool. Here’s why.
Here are 5 warning signs that your motivation levels are about to precariously dip — and what you can do to make sure that your swimming and your goals stay on track.
Swimming excellence requires stepping out of our comfort zone. Here are 5 ways to help you blast forwards and onwards with your swimming.
Reviewing your swimming is a powerful way to get more from your swimming. Here are 4 ways to swim faster by evaluating your swimming.