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I often get asked about the quality of strength coaches in swimming. Unfortunately, I typically have poor remarks and considerations, most ...
Push-ups, planks, and squats are a few of the most common exercises utilized in dry-land. Everyone has their own philosophy and belief pe...
I'm going to share a secret with all of you...the best method to gain strength is to EAT. This means eating anything and everything. The...
Take Home Points on Swimming and Building Muscle It is believed three mechanisms exist for muscle growth (mechanical tension, meta...
Take Home Points on the Forgotten Aspect of Swimmer's Shoulder Prevention/Rehabilitation: Motor Control Training! Overhead s...
Each week we aggregate recent swimming journals and blog posts relating to swimming biomechanics, physiology, nutrition, psychology, etc...
In recent years chocolate milk has emerged as a popular recovery beverage for athletes. Last year, USA Swimming partnered with milk in a...
Swimming is a one of a kind sport, especially in regards to sweating. This aerobic activity prevents the athlete from visually seeing sweat...
1. Please introduce yourself to the readers (how you started in swimming, education, experience, etc.). I grew up in Baja , Hungary . M...
I've talked about shoulder pain and rehabilitation in the past, click here , but why does it seem the location of shoulder pain is errat...
Economic inequality between countries vastly differs. The United States and Portugal show high levels of inequality, whereas Sweden, Norwa...
Effects of isocaloric carbohydrate vs. carbohydrate-proteinsupplements on cycling time to exhaustionRichardson KL, Coburn JW, Beam WC, Brown LE. Effects of isocaloric carbohydrate vs. carbohydrate-proteinsupplements on cycling time to exh...