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...This episode of the Swimming Science Podcast features Allan Phillips. Allan is a frequent contributor to Swimming Science and was featured earlier on the podcast, SSP 013: Injury Screening,...

...and strength coach, Allan Phillips. Allan and I discuss swimming knee injury, pain and hip swimming injury and pain. Allan is a top ranked speed golfer, USA Triathlon Coach, StrongFirst...

...Allan Phillips, the Owner of Pike Athletics. Allan brings a diverse background, as a Doctorate of Physical Therapy student, Allan has worked with many athletes regarding dryland programs and injury...

1) Please introduce yourself to the readers (how you started in the profession, education, credentials, experience, etc.). Thanks for the opportunity to do this interview. I’ve been...

...As Allan Phillips stated previously, "[m]usic impacts many areas of swimming, whether blasting music in weight room, listening to motivational tunes before a race, or tolerating whatever the synchro...

...strong from D-I to D-III.   Click here for a similar analysis of the men's fields.   Written by Allan Phillips is a certified strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) and...

...and the #1 dryland mistake! Learn the #1 Mistake Swim Coaches Make in Dryland Training (and how to solve it!) swimming science contributors Allan Phillips Allan Phillips is a Certified...

...hamstring stretching on running technique by Davis Hammonds. Mouthpieces and performance by Allan Phillips. Goal Setting by the ISOSC. Drill to Skill by Allan Phillips. MRI's show poor correlation to...

...motor learning and provide positive reinforcement for swimmers. I recently read an article by Allan Phillips titled, “Does Shaving Improve Swim Performance?” In summary, Phillips states that, “Although the evidence behind...

...Chris and Bret Contreras. Below is a short review from Allan Phillips. Read more about the project here. Our team at Swimming Science was recently provided with a copy of...

   
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