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Swimming World June 2019

This issue features Sweden's legendary superstar Sarah Sjostrom, one of the world’s transcendent female swimmers. Also featured is a preview of the world's best converging on the upcoming 18th FINA World Championships, from 12-28 July 2019 in Kwangju, South Korea. As a bonus, read about the very first FINA World Championships held in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1973! Explore the …
Date: 12:28:02 12.06.2019
Keywords:  S&C, College, Nutrition, Training

Swimming Technique June 2019

This issue features the science of racing strategies for 100 & 200 distances. Author Curt Altschul, M.S. believes that at no time should a swimmer be going faster than the speed he or she can maintain for the remainder of the race, and that that theory should become the basis for race training and planning. Also read about third-year medical student Jane Ehret, herself a former NCAA Divisio…
Date: 12:24:35 12.06.2019
Categories: GeneralCoaching
Keywords:  Strategy, Physics, Sleep, Shoulder, Technique

Swimming World May 2019

In this issue check out the features and photographs covering the 2019 Division I Championships in Austin. Read about Cal men's win against Texas, as well as Stanford women's win against the University of California. Take a closer look at this year's DI stars with athlete spotlights on Brooke Forde, Beata Nelson, Abbey Weitzeil, Lilly King, Daniel Carr and Dean Farris. Take a look …
Date: 11:41:00 03.05.2019
Categories: GeneralCoaching
Keywords:  Technique, Conditioning

Swimming World April 2019

In this ssue  read about Paola Dominguez-Castro, the high school junior considered one of the most impressive young water polo talents in the USA. Take a look back with ISHOF's Historian Bruce Wigo, to "The Greatest Swim in History", and consider if the real "greatest swim" is still yet to come. Take heart that despite Jovan Vavic's eviction from Troy, USC …
Date: 09:37:29 18.04.2019
Categories: General

Swimming World February 2019

In this issue of Swimming World, read about how Arkansas Diving Coach Dale Schultz gets to coach his own daughter, Brooke Schultz, at an elite level, and find out what her future goals Take a look back at historic swimming firsts in Black History, and at the history of the women's 100 yard backstroke. Consider nutrition and proper meals with Justin Wright, continue series Lessons …
Date: 09:45:36 11.02.2019
Categories: General
Keywords:  Technique, Nutrition, Inspiration

Swimming World Magazine January 2019

In this issue of Swimming World, read about Siobhan Haughey and how she inspires both her Michigan teammates and Hong Kong. Review the US athletes of the year for Diving, Synchro, Water Polo, and Para-Swimming. Meet the rising stars poised for summer's World Championships. Take a look through World and American record progressions, and find out the answer to, "What did swimming do for …
Date: 12:05:56 03.01.2019
Categories: General
Keywords:  Training, Technique

Fatigue Management in Sport

This episode of the BelievePerform Radio podcast features Professor Andy Lane talking about the different techniques and strategies that athletes can use to manage psychological / physical fatigue in training and competition.
Date: 11:43:07 18.08.2018
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  Fatigue

Swimming World Biweekly - June 7, 2018

In this issue, read about why Nic Fink won't stop swimming, swimming with illness, and stretching techniques to help reduce shoulder pain.
Date: 14:00:05 20.06.2018
Categories: General
Keywords:  Stretching, Shoulder Pain,

Swimming Technique Magazine March 18, 2018

This issue features stories on the Nations Capital Swim Club's success from the 2017, Wayne Goldsmith on coaching, an analysis of the new format for the World Cup Series, articles on special training sets for college and age group swimmers; a dryland training program to improve your starts; heart rate response during repetition training; and great photo technique tips.
Date: 10:05:29 20.04.2018
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  Starts, Dry-land, Repetition

Strongman Swimming Series 1 Episodes 1 to 3

The Red Bull series 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. Episode 1 - Who is Ross?  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 their …
Date: 12:06:51 21.02.2018
Categories: General
Keywords:  Strength, Endurance, Mental

S&PA Professional - Autumn 2017

Dive into the Autumn 2017 issue of the membership magazine of the Chartered Institute of Sport and Physical Activity for an immersive look at the increasingly popular sport of wild swimming with author and experienced wild swimmer Daniel Start. Quality scheme Quest dives into swimming lesson accreditation. S&PA also joins athlete and physiotherapist Laura Penhaul on the road to learn …
Date: 09:29:15 17.11.2017
Keywords:  Wild, Accreditation, Technique, Finance

Market Segmentation - Parents

Parents play a significant role in deciding what sports their children play – but what influences those decisions? You will no doubt have seen research and market segmentation techniques suggested by Sport England to increase the likelihood of participation in sport increasing. With over 3.5 million Australians aged between 5 and 17, the Australian Sports Commission has conducted research…
Date: 09:38:15 27.05.2016
Categories: General
Keywords:  Participation

Swimming Technique, Fall 2015

- The Role of Assistant Coach Technique Preparation for the 2016 Olympics - Effect of an Instructional Intervention on Swimming Technique & Performance - Improve Your Backstroke Starts - Diving Into Meet Warmup - A Little Bit of Magic - Swimming Breaststroke From the Hands Down - Developing the "Boxer's Muscle' for Swimming - Brain Over Brawn - The Breaststroke Turn - Out In …
Date: 10:36:43 07.11.2015
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  Technique

Swimming Technique Issue #2

Swimming Technique June 2015 Issue #2The Importance of Technique For Swimmers; How to Train for Long Course in a 25-Yard Pool; Using Warm Up to Improve Weaknesses; URSPT - "A Statement of Conviction"; Reaction To Sergei Beliaev’s Article “Ultra-Short-Race-Pace-Training”; 5 Swim Sets You Have Try Before You Die; The Best Swimming Streamline; Writing to Learn in Swimming; The Truth About …
Date: 10:17:05 30.10.2015
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  Technique

The Finer Points of a Good Swimming Start

USA Swimming's Biomechanics Co-ordinator Russell Mark went over the finer points of a good forward start and analyzes National Teamer Whitney Myers' technique at the 2009 National Select Camp held 29-31 Oct in Colorado Springs.
Date: 16:18:05 07.09.2015
Categories: Coaching
Keywords:  Starts