Ten Tips From A Used-To-Be Timid Swimmer
Courtesy of Avery Manbeck 1. Get to know your teammates. 4 a.m. sucks a little less when you're swimming with friends. 2. Have Fun. Winning doesn't feel
Are You Swimming to Win or Swimming Not to Lose?
The difference between swimmers who swim to win compared to those who swim to not lose might seem like a trivial difference. But here's how much of an impact it can actually have.
What To Do When You Are Ready to Achieve Your Swimming Goals
With a fresh season comes a new opportunity to excel at the sport we all love. Here are some strategies for developing goals that will keep the fire burning long into the season.
4 Rewarding Things From the Sport of Swimming
Swimming is an extremely challenging sport, and it can take a lot out of you. It can be a struggle waking up at the crack of dawn for early morning
Afghanistan Swimming Believes "The time Is Right To Empower Women"
The Afghanistan swimming federation has put into place a plan to launch the first ever national women's swimming team.
This is Why
Why do you swim? It’s so boring. It’s so early. It’s so hard. You stare at a black line for too long. You stink of chlorine. You can’t go out and party.
3 Questions to Better Habits in Swim Practice
Excellence in the pool, whatever that may mean for you, requires not only focus on improving technique, on showing up and consistently working hard, but in installing these behaviors and actions as habits.
Lookalike Fan's Post On Michael Phelps' Facebook Goes Viral
Of all the congratulatory posts on the Facebook wall of Olympic hero Michael Phelps, one from a 21-year-old swimmer is going viral - oh, and that swimmer is a dead ringer for the 28-time Olympic medalist.
7 Quotes for the Struggling Swimmer
Having a hard time staying on track with your goals? Feeling like you are starting to lose direction, focus or even meaning in regards to your swimming?