Top swimmers use a pull buoy to work on their pulling technique or to strengthen their arm muscles. They are not using a pull buoy to compensate for poor body positioning or to prevent your legs from sinking. Watch the video for three common mistakes that are made when swimming with a pull buoy.
Back in the days swimmers never laid eyes on strength training. They were taught that strength training would make them bulky, slowing them down significantly. Nowadays we know this is not the case. Strength and power seem necessary for a successful swim... read on »
Endurance vs sprinting. With sprinting, we talked about having variation in your training routine and how sprinting is an effective way to improve your overall speed. On the other side, endurance swimming requires less energy since you're swimmi... read on »
You might have heard that pro swimmers have a good ‘feel for the water’. What does that mean? How does water feel? Well wet, of course, but that is not what they are talking about. In this blog we will try to explain what that means and show ... read on »