Whether it is improving our financial status, starting a family or winning a title, goals are what motivate us to get to where we want to be. Our job as coaches is to help athletes achieve success, and it starts with goal setting. Lenny Wiersma, a sport psychology professor,...
Writes Craig Lord: "I admit upfront that I'm writing a second editorial this day under the influence of performance-detracting substances, typhus and various other shots coursing through vein as I contemplate words that, nonetheless,...
Certain tracker features are now ubiquitous: step counting, distance calculation, sleep tracking, and most recently, heart rate monitoring. But one of the more elusive features — swim tracking — is often mentioned as a side-note or overlooked completely. It might...
The newly launched Speedo Fit is making the case for "vertical" fitness training — in the pool — that includes cardio, resistance, stretching and even weightlifting. It's a bit like CrossFit, but with less pounding on the body thanks to gravity's reduced effects...
The El Paso, Texas, City Council approved a $12.4 million construction contract for the Westside Natatorium, which will include the city's first Olympic-size pool. The 35,980-square foot facility is expected to open in early 2018.
More than 800 incoming, current and former NCAA student-athletes will compete at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics in Brazil. NCAA Champion Magazine spoke with several Division I coaches with Olympic experiences to get an insight into strategies we could see the athletes use...
Michael Phelps and Allison Schmitt, two of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club's best-ever swimmers, were named two of the six captains for this summer's Olympic team, USA Swimming announced. It is the first captaincy for both Phelps, 31, headed to his fifth Olympics, and Schmitt,...
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