swimming

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.
Running served me well for years - until it didn't. After injury upon injury, my body was sending a message. It was time for a change. Time to swim.
How miserable it is not to be able to go to the gym, follow your training plan, or possibly even tie your shoes. How can you get back to feeling good and back to training?
Ask any Olympic swimmer what his or her swimming secret is and 99% of the time you will get the same answer.
When you head to the pool for a swim workout, do you ever wonder what you should be doing?
I have learned a lot when it comes to coaching, due to both my successes and my failures.
A waterproof iPod? Underwater Audio has come up with a cure for lap swimming boredom.
If you're looking for articles or workouts for endurance sports, we've got the experts and materials for you.
How can you expect to perform your best on race day if you don’t practice everything - your nutrition, your equipment set up, and everything else?
Join us on this easy-to-follow plan as we get you started toward successfully completing your very first sprint-length triathlon.
Read how these inspirational men and women conquer the adversity in their lives through their sports.
A new study asks whether cardio training is more effective when conducted on land or in the water.
I'm going to share a story (and a workout) from my days in Navy dive school, and tell you how I personally got schooled on the true meaning of teamwork.
Karl Buchholtz is inspired by the grace of swimming and the grunge of CrossFit. Capturing these dynamics on camera is his talent, as you can see in this gallery of images.