Many swimmers, especially the seasoned ones, have been taught that the best way to get better at swimming is to just swim. Although that’s essentially true, I think we can all agree that swimming is one of the most complex sports on the planet ...
“I feel terrible,” you think to yourself while warming up for a workout. Do you listen to that voice? Ignore it? Wait and see if it goes away? Your response dictates how the rest of your swim can and should go. If that’s the voice i...
Here are three ways to ramp up your speed.
Some careful and calculated pool sets will help you swim within yourself, race so you enjoy it, and make you as fast as you can be.
Here are a few examples of effective discovery sets.
The following will be a sort of mental guide to help you focus on what’s important should you try some of these modern versions of the classics.
One of the best tools out there, for everyone from a novice to an elite, is the snorkel. It helps you focus on one thing, encourages a pattern of movement, and helps you build skills.
How can you tell if you’re slipping? Slow down and pay attention.
Has freestyle evolved to a point where we should follow elites who have strokes not previously considered perfect?
It’s exciting to constantly evolve with the sport, but you should ask yourself if adopting the newest technique is best for you.