Here’s a workout you can do if you can’t get to the pool. You can do this workout twice a week, resting at least 24 hours between sessions.
To help keep you moving, I’ll be releasing dryland workouts on Mondays and Thursdays for a few weeks for you to complete at home. There will be a bodyweight option and a minimal-equipment option.
Whether you love to race backstroke at your local Masters meet or use it to recover in your IM events, here are some helpful dryland tips to get more out of the stroke.
Dryland tips to help you win in the water.
Here’s how you can improve your mobility and strength to fly like an eagle.
When you hear the term “cross-training,” you probably think of trips to the gym where success is measured by tonnage lifted and the size of the sweat puddle you sop up when you finish. But while serious weight lifting is part of an optima...
It’s easy to get accustomed to your daily routine and miss some simple ways that you can help your swimming without being in the pool. You put a start and end time to your training, whether it’s a swim practice or a dryland training sessi...
It’s finally summer! The kids are out of school, family vacations are on the schedule, and the weather is warming up. As great as summer is, it can signal a break in your normal routine. Although this break is needed, it can also throw your tra...
Masters swimmers at any age can tap into this magic.
Stop wasting your warm-up.