Optimizing Race Strategy Using Data

There are plenty of variables that come into play when deciding on a race strategy: stroke, distance, individual preference and swimming style, to name a few. Each strategy is ...
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8 Key Factors in Achieving Competition Success

With championship season upon us, athletes are starting to consider what comes next. Some athletes are riding the wave of a successful season, and are thinking about how to ...
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The 5 Most Common Taper Mistakes

The concept of “taper” is sacred in the world of swimming. Who doesn’t look forward to it? Even the word itself brings joy, carrying warm connotations of reduced training loads ...
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A Guide to Surviving the Ready Room

The ready room: a daunting location where swimmers congregate before their race. Together, they must wait in a sheltered hideaway with their fellow competitors for that moment ...
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8 Tips for Fast Recovery

Recovery is an essential part of the training and racing cycle. When you’re swimming multiple times a day at a high intensity, your body needs a chance to refuel and repair. ...
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5 Ways To Bounce Back From A Bad Swim

Every swimmer, no matter how experienced or accomplished, has bad races from time to time. Talk to any world class athlete and they’ll describe to you a time in their career ...
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