It’s the start of a new season, and you’re trying to decide what equipment your team will need. The options are endless: paddles, kickboards, fins, pull buoys, tethers, and even snorkels. The trouble is…budget.

Backstroke – Breakout

Maintaining your momentum from underwater dolphins to swimming, requires a clean breakout, avoiding resistance. Why do it: If you’ve worked … READ

Sometimes achieving greatness means finding places to practice skills you’ll need, when you’re training something else. Why do it: During … READ

Keeping a straighter line from the fingertips through the forearm can help swimmers develop an understanding of how to create … READ

Playing with Balance

Coaches everywhere wish all their swimmers understood some simple aspects of swimming.  One is how to get your body into a … READ

Two Paths to Success?

So here’s the scenerio. You have an 8-year-old swimmer and, like most 8-year olds, he/she is pretty new to the sport (even 8-year olds who’ve been swimming for a while are NEW to the sport). You have a decision to make… which path to go down for their future?