Struggling to stay positive during Covid? Here are some things to focus on while your chlorinated world is turned upside down.
Michael Jordan is the best basketball player of all-time (and Michael Phelps’ longtime idol). Here are just six things swimmers can learn from His Airness.
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.
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.
How absurd and ambitious are your goals? Here’s a lesson from Caeleb Dressel’s epic performance at NCAA’s to reinforce why you should always be reaching.
At the Beijing Olympics Jason Lezak swam one of the most unreal races in swimming history. Here’s how he unleashed the power of competing to make it happen.
Feeling a little out of sorts without your usual training routine? Here are some ways to make your new training schedule stick.
Urban Meyer is a three-time national football college champion. Here are six lessons in leadership that swim coaches can pull from his book, “Above the Line.”
Kobe Bryant was a 5-time NBA champion and gold medalist. Here are some things swimmers can learn from the late Laker about having a legendary mindset.
The language you use has a direct effect on your effort, your confidence, and your results. Here’s a simple self-talk tweak you can make today.
Mindfulness training is a simple and effective way to conquer pre-race nerves, stay focused, keep calm, and get in the Zone.
Looking for some awesome books for swimmers and swim coaches? Here is my essential reading list for swimmers and coaches.
Level up your goal setting this season with this simple journaling exercise that will bring texture to your goals in the pool.
Wanna take your swimming and your mindset to the next level this season? This mental training book for elite-minded swimmers will help you do just that.
At the 2014 Pan Pac Championships, Missy Franklin suffered back spasms. Six months later, she became the fastest woman to swim the 200-yard freestyle.