By Dr. G. John Mullen, Swimming World Contributor I often discuss shoulder health, in fact many of you are probably sick of me laboring about shoulder injuries and injury prevention.
By Jason Tillotson, Swimming World College Intern. Within the swimming community it is often argued that competing at an elite level in long course meters, or Olympic-sized pools, requires a
By Alec Scott, Swimming World College Intern Adam Epstein is a first-time head coach at Keiser University and is learning that there’s much more to starting a collegiate program than
By Colin Hogan, Swimming World College Intern. Lara Stolman directs and produces the new documentary “Swim Team” that is making the rounds in film festivals across the country. “Swim Team”
By Dr. G. John Mullen, Swimming World Contributor A common issue from coaches is not being able to find hard core exercises which challenge the body, especially where the body is
By Maddie Strasen, Swimming World College Intern. Perhaps you struggle with anxiety, depression or another mental illness yourself, or maybe you’re helping a friend through his or her battle. Mental
By Bri Groves, Swimming World College Intern Eating protein after practice is essential for swimmers to rebuild muscle and keep up energy stores. Protein bars are an easy grab-and-go snack, but eating them