Swim coaches must be insightful technicians, skilled diplomats, passionate motivators, and expert managers of aquatic chaos. They provide a service that enriches the lives of swimmers and positively contributes to the community.
Your pool may be closed and your meet may be canceled, but that doesn’t mean your motivation and your fitness have to shut down.
If you’re struggling with holding optimal body positioning, you should build your core strength during this time you’re out of the water to help you when you get back in.
If water is your happy place—and even if it’s sometimes been a frustrating and challenging place—having no pool and no access to open water is going to hurt. But there are ways to stay sane and get at least some of what the water w...
Swimming is so much more than just an essential life skill. It’s an exceptional cardiorespiratory workout that comes without excessive stress on your joints. But if your pool is closed for an indefinite amount of time, you need a way to try to ...
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything over the past few weeks. Pools have closed, and there are shelter in place orders across the country. The fabric of our Masters swimming community seemed to unravel with each update.
Here are three breathing techniques that work well for relaxing your body and mind.
To maintain your weight when you’re not training, you’ll need to adjust your diet. Here are five tips on how you can make those modifications.
Being denied access to water workouts feels like condemnation to the pit of despair. Yet whether it’s because of a public health crisis, an assignment on the International Space Station, injury rehab, or a soul-sucking business trip to a desola...
Here are four quick stretches and a built-in reminder trigger for each.