Staying hydrated is always important when you’re working out. Some though might wonder if it’s okay to use their reusable water bottles during COVID.
Not staying warm at swim meets can lead to bad times and races. There’s no one secret remedy to staying warm at swim meets. However, there are options to try that can help you stave off the cold and have you feeling comfortable.
For swimmers, returning to the pool and swimming after COVID-19 will probably look different than what we’re used to.
With so many different teams and swim programs out there, how do you know which one to join? And how do you join a swim team?
Knowing how to read a heat sheet is one of the more important but confusing parts of a swim meet. But what is a heat sheet and how do you read one?
How do you ensure that your swimmer has the best practice possible? And how do you fit into that role? Below are some helpful tips for you as a swim parent to help guide and encourage your swimmer to success at practice.
Knowing some swim meet terminology, or swim lingo is key to surviving any swim meet. Here are 23 quick, but important swim meet terms to help you find success at a swim meet!
There’s a fine line between being supporting and overbearing. As a swim parent, you need to learn how to find that balance.
Missing swim practice due to traveling for work, school, or family is to be expected at some point in time. The good news is that training while traveling is possible.
Your child’s first year of swimming comes with a learning curve. But part of being a new swim parent is learning alongside your child. Here are 16 things you’ll learn as a new swim parent.