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Nutrition for recovery
USA Swimming    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Knowing how much carbohydrate, protein and fat to get in a day is good. But knowing when you should be getting those nutrients is even better. In general, follow these guidelines for incorporating carbohydrate, protein and fat into your day. More



Swimming: US in charge in another uneven Duel in the Pool
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It was an American rout at Duel in the Pool. Even though the European women posted the fastest short-course time in the 400 meter freestyle relay that was one of the few highlights for the visiting team. The United States wrapped up the victory with nine events to go, more than doubling its opponent in a 181.5-80.5 triumph. More

Sports psychology: What is thought stopping and how does it work?
About.com    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Panic disorder, and the anticipatory anxiety symptoms that often accompany it, can get in the way of living a full, peaceful and happy life. When panic (anxiety) attacks occur, the physical symptoms are often frightening and confusing. This, in turn, leads to thoughts that are focused on worry and doubt. More

Ian Thorpe: 'Premature' to judge results
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Five-time Olympic champion Ian Thorpe said it's still too "premature" to judge the success of his swimming comeback, despite his disappointing results in recent competitions. More

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Core strength training — not just about your abs
Sports Fitness Advisor    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Core strength training may be a relatively new, buzz term in the fitness industry but coaches and athletes have understood its value for many years. The core region consists of far more than just the abdominal muscles. In fact core strength training aims to target all the muscles groups that stabilize the spine and pelvis. It's these muscle groups that are critical for the transfer of energy from large to small body parts during many sporting activities. More

Brendan Hansen is beating his rivals, feeling less pressure
USA Today    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Brendan Hansen left competitive swimming so he could do all the things he'd put on the backburner, like getting married. His wife, Martha, a sixth-grade math teacher, quickly put two and two together when she saw the two-time Olympic breaststroker in the pool without any real purpose. More

Old champions Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim and Libby Trickett have a small chance
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It's time to address what many are thinking but no one is willing to say. Ian Thorpe, Michael Klim and Libby Trickett may not qualify for the 2012 London Olympic team. More
 



 
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