There’s lots going on when you step up on the blocks. Here is how to manage internal and external distractions so that you can swim fast when it matters most.
Fun fact: Swimmers can build confidence, just like a skill. Here are three of my favorite tips for swimmers on how they can consistently build self-confidence in the water.
Want a simple way to make swim practice go by faster AND help you go faster too? Read on and learn how counting your strokes will help make your time in the water more efficient.
Big goals are great. But often, open goals, or “curiosity goals” can be just the thing we need to accomplish hard things in the water.
Mental imagery is a powerful way to make yourself mentally tougher on race day. Here is a simple 3-step plan for conquering adversity when things get tough.
Mentally tough swimmers are fast swimmers. Here’s Olympic champion Cody Miller’s favorite tool for swimmers looking to get mentally tougher.
In the course of every swim practice, there are things that your coach asks to do that don’t quite tickle your chlorinated fancy: A set