swimming

This is the third and final 12-week training cycle as you approach race season.
The swimming workouts will build skill in the water while also building endurance.
The swimming workouts are designed for those whose swimming skills are bringing the rest of their game down and those that need a low-impact method to build endurance.
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Find out how to master the breaststroke by establishing the correct body position.
Freestyle might be every swimmer's best friend, but it is important to have different strokes in your repertoire to be your best athlete.
The uniqueness of this stroke is that it can be used either with fins or without. It's also used during long ocean swims.
Taking your open water swimming to the next level requires you to break your stroke into its parts.
Learn how to make progress with your endurance and form by fine-tuning your routine in the water.
As you wrestle with how much to train the kick, let the principal of specificity be your guide.
Olympian Sheila Taormina teaches important basics that can apply to swimmers of all levels.
Swimming is like watery jiu jitsu. If you're going to get fitter in the water, you need to work your technique the right way.
You’ll learn a better feel for what your hand does in the water and how to grab a better hold on the water with each stroke.
It’s amazing what just four hours with these kids has taught me as a coach. While the idea of swimming doesn’t change, the difference is in how you teach.
This week's articles are all about the various obstacles we perceive in our training and the ways we can overcome, defeat, and transform them.
Here are four things you can work on in preparation for your event. Even if you're short on time, these could make the difference in your success.
Whether you're trying to improve your swim performance, triathlon times, or general fitness, our new swim workouts are a great tool to have in your arsenal.