One common swimming question we get asked frequently is “can you swim with long hair?’ Still aren’t convinced or have some questions? Here are 6 tips to help you swim with long hair and protect it.
Kickboards come in all shapes, sizes, and materials. Finding the best kickboard for you might seem easy enough, but it can also come with some challenges. Too small of a kickboard and you might not kick properly. And if a kickboard is too large for you, then you’ll struggle to maintain good form. Related article: …
Despite their benefits, fins have a nasty habit of rubbing and causing blisters on most swimmer’s feet. Try these tips to help stop your fins from rubbing.
Using fin socks is one of the best ways to keep your fins from giving you blisters. Here are the best fin socks to consider for your next workout.
There’s no sure secret to keep your goggles from falling off, but there are some tricks. Check out these tips to help keep your goggles on.
It might seem straightforward, but it never fails that you always end up needing something. So aside from your gym pass or wallet, what should you bring when you go swimming?
So what swim equipment do you need to start swimming? We help you break down which gear you need so you can make the best decision
Swim goggles. You love them but hate the problems that can come with them. Before you ditch your goggles for good, try some of these fixes.
Goggles may seem like a pain but their benefits far outweigh any frustrations that may come with them. So why should you wear goggles when you swim and are they that helpful?
Swimsuits can be expensive. Whether you’re using them for training, working out, or lounging by the pool, how can you make your swimsuit last longer?