Ever catch yourself drifting off mentally? Here are 3 ways to stay focused.
Stumbles, setbacks and failures are a natural part of the upwards trajectory of our swimming. What will your reaction be when the inevitable setback happens to you in the pool?
Grit, mental toughness, fortitude—whatever we’re calling it this week, is essential to your swimming success. Here’s why resilience is the difference maker you’ve been looking for in the pool.
by Olivier Poirier-Leroy. Join his weekly motivational newsletter for competitive swimmers by clicking here. “Whatever,” I grumbled under my breath, looking…
Not sure about how mental training can help benefit your swimming? Here are 17 ways that a better mindset will help you swim faster this season.
Looking to improve your underwater dolphin kick? Here’s why adding one dolphin kick per wall, is the fastest way to…
The man, the legend, the moustache. Here is Gregg Troy’s favorite distance set.
We all have the things we excel at—and things we don’t—in the water. Strokes included. Here is why coach is…
Swim parents want the best for their little swimmers. As it turns out, the stress and expectations you have trickle down to your little athlete.
The way that we train in the pool, the way that we compete when it comes time to stepping up on the blocks, is often a mirror of the training habits we hold in the pool.
Part life coach, part instructor, and part babysitter, our swim coaches have their hands full with us swimmers. Here are 17 ways that we drive our swim coaches a little crazy.
Is there anything more agonizing than doing all the hard work in practice, but then blowing it on race day? Here’s how this mental training workbook will help you stop from choking when it matters most.
Our habits predict how well we train today and how we race tomorrow. Here’s how to cultivate better habits in and out of the water.
Having self-belief isn’t sitting around wishing and hoping that you were stronger mentally. You can develop your self-belief just like a muscle. Here’s how.
We’re a funny bunch. We dunk our heads into water for hours at a time and have staring matches with a black tiled line (usually losing). We don’t shave our bodies for months at a time, and spend thousands of hours training in order to drop tenths or hundredths of a second.