Here are some of breaststroke ace Adam Peaty’s tips on how to be world-class between your ears so that you can dominate the pool, too.
Great culture can help produce great performances. Here’s how you, the elite-minded swimmer, can do your part to create exceptional team culture.
Here are 7 simple things that you can do today or tonight to make sure tomorrow’s practice goes down like a cool glass of success.
You can’t always control how other swimmers do, but there is something you can control about your swimming, and it still counts for quite a bit.
Hey coaches–Here are some long-term strategies that you can use to help motivate your swimmers so that they maximize their time in the water.
Swimmers are a breed apart. Here are some of the characters we share the lane and the pool with at practice and in competition.
Your swim coach will be teacher, counselor and friend to you over the course of your career in the pool. Here are 7 things they would like you to remember.
When Mark Tewksbury got into the water for the final of 100m backstroke at the 1992 Olympics, he felt like he’d already been there a thousand times.
Mental toughness isn’t just about being more gritty than the next swimmer; it’s about taking care of yourself between practices.
17-year old Jon Sieben pulled off one of the greatest upsets in swimming history at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. Here’s how it went down.
When swimmers are present in the water they work harder, have more fun, and practice goes by faster. Here’s how to be more present.
You’ve worked hard in practice all season. Here’s how to maximize your hard work and commitment on race day when the pressure is on.
One of the best and under-utilized tools you can unleash on your swimming is keeping a swim log. Here are 8 reasons to start using one today.
Missy Franklin captivated the world during her reign as one of the best swimmers on the planet. Here’s one way she built her confidence before competition.
Breaking news you already knew–tough bouts of training make you cranky. Here’s how to cope during hard stretches of training.