PHOENIX, Arizona, February 8. THE February issue of Swimming World Magazine is now available for download to Total Access Subscribers!
Courtesy of: Swimming World
Courtesy of: Swimming World
On page 20 of the February Swimming World Magazine is an article about Overtraining in Elite Swimmers.
Overtraining is a multifaceted diagnosis that has been found to affect 37 percent of elite swimmers between the ages of 16-20. Swimmers most readily engage in a combination of strength and endurance training in order to elicit gains in performance. Concurrent training in bouts of high volumes and intensities leads to many to become overtrained. This diagnosis is given to those who see decrements in performance due to the lack of appropriate time to recover from these conditions prior to competition.
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February Swimming World Magazine Table of Contents:
On The February Cover
Following his golden performance in the 100 meter freestyle at the 2012 London Olympics, the media dubbed Nathan Adrian as the "All-American Athlete." Despite a disappointing performance at last year's World Championships, the superstar sprinter still has great expectations for 2014 and beyond. [Photo by Peter H. Bick]
10 Dryland for Kids: Waiting on Weights (Part I) by Michael J. Stott
Swimming World introduces the first of a three-part series on dryland training for developing swimmers. It is designed to address the fundamental questions posed by parents and swimmers about when to start and what to expect once the process is begun.
14 Breaststroke Kick by Jeff Commings
Breaststroke times have gotten faster as athletes find ways to make the slowest stroke more efficient. The breaststroke kick is the latest segment to undergo an adjustment, as swimmers are leaning toward a more narrow kick. Although some power in the kick is lost, the reduced drag creates a smoother stroke and better speed consistency and maintenance.
16 Swimming Technique Misconceptions: Hip Rotation by Rod Havriluk
18 USSSA:The Singer, Not the Song by Casey Barrett
20 Overtraining in Elite Swimmers by Grant C. Smith
23 Nathan Adrian: Still the All-American Athlete by Shoshanna Rutemiller
29 Favorite Sets: Nathan Adrian
30 My "You-Had-to-Be-There" Moment! by Pamela Roberts
Swimming World contributor Pamela Roberts from Germany claims that the 2013 Duel in the Pool between the United States and the European All-Stars was a classic! And she should know: she was there!
42 Nutrition: Easy-to-Make Recipes for a Healthier You
43 Dryside Training: TRX Suspension Training by J.R. Rosania
44 Ask Dr. Shannon: Chest Stretches by Shannon McBride
45 Q&A with Coach Charles Yourd by Michael J. Stott
46 How They Train Yezan Alsader, Grace Ariola and Melissa Pish by Michael J. Stott
48 Survive and Thrive: Paying Tribute by Shoshanna Rutemiller
In honor of her coach and close friend who died from cancer, swimmer Alli DeFrancesco--herself a cancer victim who became cancer-free after surgery and chemotherapy--successfully crossed the English Channel in her memory.
56 Goldminds: Transition Points by Wayne Goldsmith
A transition point is a stage in your swimming career where your level of achievement is determined by the decisions and choices you make in your training every day.
06 A Voice for the Sport
35 2014 Swim Camp Directory
50 Up & Comers
52 Gutter Talk
59 For the Record
60 CSCAA Swimming Rankings
61 Parting Shot
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