Visualization is a mental training skill that swimmers can use to boost confidence. Here’s how some of the top swimmers on the planet use it.
When Mary T. Meagher decided that she was going to break a world record, she focused on doing two things every day as well as she possibly could.
Despite our best intentions, things don’t always go according to plan. Here’s a champion’s take on rolling with the punches at the biggest meet of his life.
When Katie Ledecky stepped up on the blocks in Rio, she had “failed” her way there. Here’s how swimmers can be more willing to chase failure in practice.
Here’s how external self-talk, or talking to yourself, can help you keep cool under pressure when things get tough at the pool.
A common issue swimmers experience is that last moment free-fall of confidence on race day. Here is how to manage your self-confidence so you can swim fast.
When Adam Peaty got behind the blocks at the Rio Olympics he was calm and confident. Here’s how he used visualization to crush the WR and win gold.
Weight lifting can be a bit overwhelming for the swimmer new to the weight room. Here are tips from some of the top S&C coaches in the NCAA.
Here is a breakdown for swim parents who are curious about when their little swimmer will be getting moved on up to the next group.
Self-confidence comes from the training that you do each day in practice. Here’s how training goals can help you develop some serious self-confidence.
Your coach has likely told you to trust and follow the process. Here’s an illustration of just how powerful this…
Erik Vendt was one of the dominant American swimmers of the 2000s, and the first American to break 15 minutes in the mile. Here is a taste of his training.
We all know how important it is to be getting lots of sleep, but how much of an effort are you putting into getting to locking down the Z’s?
Do more in the pool by flexing a few simple mental training skills with your swimmers. Here’s how to get started with sharpening your swimmers mindsets.