By Wayne Goldsmith. You’ve trained for weeks – months – maybe even years for this Meet. Everything’s ready. Diet – perfect. Training – haven’t missed a workout for six months.
When I was about 14 years old, my coach pulled me aside after practice one day and asked me and my mom to meet with him later that week. He
Bryan O’Connor, former Arizona swimmer now training for Olympic Trials, performing a supine, flutter kick with a streamline sit up. This is to mimic pushing off the walls and kicking.
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By Dr. G. John Mullen, Swimming World Contributor Cramping is a common issue with swimmers. Foot cramps, calf cramps, and hamstring cramps…oh my! Building strength in the hamstrings may reduce
Lessons With The Legends: Gregg Troy Sponsored by Dolfin Swimming World continues its “Lessons With the Legends,” a series in which top coaches share secrets of their success, in the May
By Temarie Tomley, Swimming World College Intern I didn’t understand the idea of connection until I started swimming in college. Swimming connected means having connection between your arms and legs,