Blogs about Swimming

Monday, July 10, 2017 • Victoria, BC V8V2H7, CA
Working It Out
If you swim laps competitively, or recreationally, you’ve encountered a problem that is unique to swimming up and around the black line at your local pool—no music! Unlike when you are on the treadmill, pedaling on the bike, or lifting heavy things up and down, having your favorite tunes there to push and motivate you has always been limited to whatever garbage, err, music is being played on the house PA system.
Thursday, June 22, 2017 • Victoria, BC V8V2H7, CA
Working It Out
The breaststroke, while a favored stroke of your casual lap swimmer for its ease of breath, is not an easy stroke to master for your neighbourhood competitive swimmer. Whether it is trying to master the timing of the breaststroke kick—which can leave even the most accomplished swimmer feeling like a rank amateur—to mastering the pull and kick timing, the breaststroke is deceptively hard to come to grips with.
Monday, May 08, 2017 • Victoria, BC V8V2H7, CA
Working It Out
There is a ton of different swim equipment out there for both the novice and competitive swimmer. From paddles to pull buoys to swim fins there is a never-ending pile of equipment to choose from when we hop in the water.As a long-time competitive swimmer I have had a chance to play around with most of them. Here are the three essential tools swimmers need in order to swim faster:1. Tempo Trainer Pro.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Jhon Evans's Blog
Wearing a good pair of goggles would always make the difference for swimming in the local pool or training for hitting the open water or indoor race. It is important that you need to see clearly in underwater without any hassle. Most of the competitive swimmers like to wear the smaller goggles fitting around eye sockets. Choose the Best swimming goggles with the high advance features such as anti-scratch and anti-fog lenses to get a good experience of swimming in the absolute way.
Saturday, April 01, 2017 • Pittsburgh, PA 15212
Total Immersion Swimming Coach Deb's Blog
Recently I had the opportunity to Coach at the Total Immersion Effortless Endurance Camp at St. Petersburg Florida.  TI Camps are based heavily on technique and application. Followed by swimmming!  Coaches are on poolside and hands on in the water with swimmers. As a 'culminating activity, we swam in Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico! (pics later)
Thursday, March 23, 2017 • Victoria, BC V8V2H7, CA
Working It Out
When it comes to swimming, the breaststroke looks easy. After all, the arm recovery is underwater, unlike the butterfly stroke, you get to breathe every stroke, and there are recovery periods for both the upper and lower body limbs during the course of the stroke cycle.