Being great in the pool isn’t about being excellent at 10 or 20 things. Usually, it boils down to figuring out what that one thing is for each swimmer.
At this time of year a lot of swimmers are nearing the end of their season. Championship meets are just around the corner. Trust me, it’ll happen fast.
Struggling to figure out what kind of New Years Resolutions you want to set yourself next year? Here are 17 resolutions for swimmers to help you get started.
2012 National Club Coach of the Year Sean Baker of Oakville Aquatics Shares 4 Sets Designed to Improve Your Kick.
Here are 12 of the swimmers you see on deck at your local swim meet. Where do you fit in?
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.
With the season rolling on those tough sets are going to start coming in hot and heavy. Here are 6 tricks for getting through those hard sets like a boss.
Failure happens to the best of us during our careers in the water. Here are 5 lessons to pull from those moments where things don’t go our way.
Swimmers are a weirdly unique bunch. From the way we train, to our pre-race rituals, we all have those little idiosyncrasies. Here are 8 different swimmers that we see behind the blocks at meets.
All too often we catch ourselves being our own worst enemy. Here are 5 ways that we hold ourselves back in our swimming.
6 things to think about the next time that your swimming is going not so, well, swimmingly.
Here are 7 of them that competitive swimmers know all too well…
There is no getting around it: if you want to become a more prolific dolphin kicker, you need to be doing more dolphin kicking in practice. Here’s how.
Level up your kick with this gongshow of a vertical kick workout that will leave your legs quivering, your kick much-improved, and hungrier than a Hungry-Hungry hippo.
Build some serious closing speed with this IM/stroke set from the Badger Aquatics Club. Drew Walden, Head Coach and CEO…