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Below is an interview on the potential and technique of young male swimmers, their resistance in training and healthy lifestyle. Here is the latest article from, Jason Moran discussing: Maturation-related differences in adaptations to resistance training in young male swimmers. His latest articles and complete research work sites can be found here 1. Many are considered about resistance training…

The following ideas might seem basic, but they work for improving swimming performance. Regardless of whether you are a coach who is just starting out or one who already has many years of experience. Sometimes the smallest of details can make the difference between success and failure. 10 Ideas for Improving Swimming Performance in the…

Take Home Message: How to estimate the 8th qualifying time to go through from the semis to the final and set target times for the finalists at the men’s 100m butterfly final in Rio 2016 The 8th qualifying time for the final at the OG 2016 might be around 51.2s Only considering swimmers that raced in…

Take Home Points on Genes and Swimming Performance Genetics likely contribute for swimming success, but are individualized to your ethnicity and distance specialty. Swimmers appear more reliant on ACE I/D, than the ACTN3 gene. This is an excerpt from the March Swimming Science Research Review which is released on Friday March 15th.  Make sure you pick your copy…

There is no ritual in competitive sport like the pre-meet shave. For teams, shaving becomes a group bonding experience. Even with space aged suits revolutionizing the sport, shaving exposed body hair remained a time honored practice. Though few would dispute that a shaved body is faster than a hairy one in the water (all things…

   
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