Photo by Joao Marc Bosch SANTA CLARA – Last week, I showed a rotator cuff activation exercise which received a lot of feedback. I also received some suggestions via Twitter,
MEXICO CITY – Swimming World’s J.R. Rosania has been working on functional dryland training for swimmers with Nelson Vargas trainers and swimmers in Mexico City recently. “We are applying functional
Phoenix- Among the Nation’s Best. Marilyn Mangels and John Flanagan—veteran coaches at the Tysons Corner site (Va.) of the Nation’s Capital Swim Club—know what it takes to help their swimmers
Commentary by Dr. G. John Mullen SANTA CLARA - In past posts, I’ve discussed the overemphasis of strengthening the rotator cuff muscles. Personally, I feel many clubs/swimmers misuse injury prevention of
Phoenix-Four coaches share their thoughts on optimal breathing patterns for, perhaps, the most exciting race in swimming: the 50 free. (Story on page 13) The November 2014 issue of Swimming
By Dr. G. John Mullen SANTA CLARA – Every swimmer knows breaststrokers are odd characters. When I’m working with any team, I screen their athletes, finding their specific injury risk.