Now Available SW Magazine: Gaining Strength Outside the Pool

PHOENIX, Arizona, May 4. IN his monthly Swimming World Magazine column, premiere strength training expert JR Rosania, of JR HealthPlex, gives dryland tips to help swimmers build strength.

Rosania is back this month with several exercises to help swimmers get stronger out of the water. His swim-specific and stroke-specific exercises help athletes of all ages gain strength on land that can then be translated into strength in the water. And strength usually means speed!

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PRINT ISSUE 46 PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS

FEATURES:
13 No Longer the Bridesmaid by Jason Marsteller
Georgia came into the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships with four team titles since 1999, but for the last two years, it had to settle for runner-up finishes behind Cal. This year, the Lady Bulldogs turned the tables on Cal with a 477 to 393 triumph over the Golden Bears.

18 A Four-Year Journey by Jeff Commings
With a strong recruiting class in 2009–one year after Mike Bottom took over as head coach of Michigan–the Wolverines have steadily improved, culminating with a 73.5-point victory over defending champion California at this year's NCAA Championships. It was the first title for Michigan since 1995 and a record-breaking 12th title for the school.

024 Powerhouses Prevail by Judy Jacob
Drury, Emory, Kenyon, Oklahoma Baptist and Indian River do what they do best: win!

28 AthleticFoodie/Let's Live a Healthier Life by Garrett Weber-Gale

31 Dryside Training: Getting Stronger…Out of the Water by J.R. Rosania

33 Q&A with Coach Matthew Donovan by Michael J. Stott

36 How They Train Brad Zdroik and Lindsay Temple by Michael J. Stott

38 Living the Dream: A Swimmer's Guide to Achieving Goals (Part I) by Michael J. Stott
In the first of a two-part article about goal setting, Bill Smyth, head men's and women's swimming coach at Boston University, shares his measured approach to the big dreaming, planning, prioritizing, executing and re-evaluating required for successful aquatic and life outcomes.

DEPARTMENTS:
6 A Voice for the Sport
41 Up & Comers
42 Gutter Talk
46 Parting Shot

DOWNLOADABLE ISSUE EXTENDED 48 PAGE TABLE OF CONTENTS

FEATURES:
15 No Longer the Bridesmaid by Jason Marsteller
Georgia came into the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships with four team titles since 1999, but for the last two years, it had to settle for runner-up finishes behind Cal. This year, the Lady Bulldogs turned the tables on Cal with a 477 to 393 triumph over the Golden Bears.

20 A Four-Year Journey by Jeff Commings
With a strong recruiting class in 2009–one year after Mike Bottom took over as head coach of Michigan–the Wolverines have steadily improved, culminating with a 73.5-point victory over defending champion California at this year's NCAA Championships. It was the first title for Michigan since 1995 and a record-breaking 12th title for the school.

26 Powerhouses Prevail by Judy Jacob
Drury, Emory, Kenyon, Oklahoma Baptist and Indian River do what they do best: win!

30 AthleticFoodie/Let's Live a Healthier Life by Garrett Weber-Gale

33 Dryside Training: Getting Stronger…Out of the Water by J.R. Rosania

35 Q&A with Coach Matthew Donovan by Michael J. Stott

38 How They Train Brad Zdroik and Lindsay Temple by Michael J. Stott

40 Living the Dream: A Swimmer's Guide to Achieving Goals (Part I) by Michael J. Stott
In the first of a two-part article about goal setting, Bill Smyth, head men's and women's swimming coach at Boston University, shares his measured approach to the big dreaming, planning, prioritizing, executing and re-evaluating required for successful aquatic and life outcomes.

DEPARTMENTS:
8 A Voice for the Sport
43 Up & Comers
44 Gutter Talk
48 Parting Shot

ON THE COVER:
After finishing runner-up to Cal the last two years at the women's NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships, Georgia used its depth along with some top-end swims to capture its fifth overall women's title since 1999. The Lady Bulldogs had a number of stars, including Megan Romano, who finished second twice, third once and swam on Georgia's two winning relays. (See story, page 15; inset, Arizona's Kevin Cordes–see story, page 20.) [PHOTOS BY PETER H. BICK]

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