By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam Join the UK coaches and our student-athletes for a week of instruction, training and fun! Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2018 Kentucky Swimming & Diving Camps – Sign Up Today
By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam The goal of the Bulldog Swim Camp is to elevate every campers swimming performance through focused training and technique improvement in a positive and fun environment. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2018 Bulldog Swim Camp – Sign Up Today!
By Braden Keith on SwimSwam Olympic medalist Cody Miller Read the full story on SwimSwam: Cody Miller Takes on True Distance Swimming Pain (Daily Training #2)
Strongman Swimming documents Ross Edgley’s incredible attempt to swim 40km with a 100lb tree tied to him between the Caribbean islands of St Lucia and Martinique. Training the mind to undertake a challenge such as this is just as important as ensuring your body is in peak condition. So Ross visited the Royal Marines in [...]
Training regularly and vigorously in the lead up to the Rottnest Channel Swim (this Saturday 24 February) may sound like the main key to success, but a group of researchers from The University of Western Australia has a strategy it says will maximise performance on the day.
By Braden Keith on SwimSwam This week, Cody Miller’s YouTube Vlog, which is one of the best new things in swimming recently, is going next-level. This... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Cody Miller Training Week Vlog #1: The Most Painful 400 IM Ever”
By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam When it comes to swimming, we have a very skewed view of training. A few weeks ago, I attended the TYR Pro Swim Series in Austin. Read the full story on SwimSwam: SURGE+: Stop Wasting Your Pull-Up Potential
A Southern California swim coach said he had reported rumors of former Team USA assistant swim coach Sean Hutchison being in a forbidden relationship with a U.S. champion swimmer at an Olympic training center years ago, CBS Los Angeles reports. The revelation about Hutchison comes after the swimmer, Ariana Kukors, said this week that he sexually abused her when [...]
By Coleman Hodges on SwimSwam As both a coach and swimming fan I think it's always interesting to see how the practices change between fall training, winter training, and now coming into the final stretch of the season. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Practice + Pancakes: SMU Women on Starting the Comedown of Taper
Here was last month's training: - SWIM: 12,600 yards - BIKE: 7 hrs, 34 mins on the trainer (or calling it 20 mph means it was 151.33 miles) - RUN: 70.28 miles - STRENGTH: 21 hrs, 54 mins I had a few days off in the 2nd week of January because of some knee/hamstring pain, and then a slightly smaller week the 3rd week of the month. Show More Summary
America has been horrified by the extent of the abuse by gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, but within another group of athletes who have spent countless hours of training, some say they too have been sexually assaulted by their coaches. The sport is swimming. Scores of women say they’ve been victimized and that swimming officials didn’t [...]
By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam Located at SPIRE Institute, a United States Olympic and Paralympic Training site and FINA Training Center, SPIRE Academy is an international high school and postgraduate academy focused on developing and preparing athletes to be successful in swimming. Read the full story on SwimSwam: SPIRE Swimming Academy Takes Training To The Next Level
Aspiring small business owners learn to work for themselves-and swim in the Shark Tank The post How Senecca College trains the next generation of entrepreneurs appeared first on Macleans.ca.
By Olivier Poirier-Leroy on SwimSwam The adage “Don’t work harder, work smarter!” is just as true in swimming as in other realms of life. There are ways that we can intelligently train that yield better results—if we choose to use them! Read the full story on SwimSwam: 5 Science-Backed Ways to Have Better Swim Practices
Here’s what last week looked like: • MON: broken 400s and 200s swim, and core. Decent times, good swim. • TUES: nothing. • WED: easy 7 mile run on packed snow, and some legs at the gym. • THURS: 3x500 in the pool, and some core. Averaged 7:33/500, which was fine. • FRI: easy run with Charlie, and some light leg work. Show More Summary
By SwimSwam Partner Content on SwimSwam The Navy Swim Elite Training Camp is designed and implemented by our Navy Coaching staff to take swimmers to the next level of performance by focusing on a progressive stroke technique session, while adding an elite level pool training session to each day. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 2018 Navy Elite Swim Camp – Sign Up Today
By Olivier Poirier-Leroy on SwimSwam The easiest way to make the most from your time in the pool isn't a fancy new suit or supplement. Learn how to train smarter and faster in just a few minutes a day. Read the full story on SwimSwam: 7 Minutes a Day to Faster Swimming
By Braden Keith on SwimSwam Butler University women’s swimming assistant coach Chris Baker feels fantastic, and so does the rest of the team after their 2018... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Coach Chris Feels Fantastic (Butler Swimming Training Trip)
A former Fiat Chrysler Automobiles executive pleaded guilty to diverting money from a United Auto Workers training fund, while keeping $1 million for himself to spend on a Ferrari, a swimming pool and Mont Blanc pens. Alphons Iacobelli, 58, entered his plea Monday in Detroit federal court to charges...
By Coleman Hodges on SwimSwam From December 16 – 23rd, Mizzou Swimming took a training trip down in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Mizzou Reaches New Heights During Florida Training Trip (Video)