The difference between swimmers who swim to win compared to those who swim to not lose might seem like a trivial difference. But here’s how much of an impact it can actually have.
Swimming isn’t a sport, it’s a way of life. Here are 21 ways that you know you are a competitive swimmer.
With a totally new environment, new training partners, and the addition of weight training (for many swimmers for the first time), it can be a confusing and frustrating experience.
Here are 5 simple lessons any swimmer can use to swim faster and smarter that I picked up on my journey back to the pool.
You didn’t choose the butterfly life. It chose you.
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.
There is so much more to the sport of swimming than best times and endless morning workouts with your best friends. Here are 5 life lessons you’ll pick up during your swimming career.
Greatness is upon you my chlorinated dudes and dudettes. Here are 7 quotes to help you get there.
The log book is one of the most powerful allies in your battle to becoming a faster swimmer. Here are 5 less-talked-about benefits to writing out your swim practices.
Struggling with your levels of self-confidence in the pool? Here are 10 ways to get back on track.
We’ve all had those meets where results didn’t meet our expectations. Here is how to move forward.
Swimming might look like an individual sport, but the bond that is created between teammates is powerful and unforgettable. Here are 15 things only your teammates understand.
Frustrated with how training is going? Not seeing the results you want? Here are 3 things to try before throwing in the towel.
Visualization is a proven tool you can use to swim faster in both practice and competition. Here is how to use it.