Advice for Swim Parents
Swimming isn’t just for the swimmers. It’s for swim parents, too! Swim parents are the first ones to believe in their swimmers and the last ones to give up on them.
Below, I’ve compiled a list of all swim parent related articles to help you get started in swimming. Covering various topics from swim meet terminology to helping your child find success at practice, and everything in between.
Because swimming isn’t just about practices and meets. It’s about learning along the way and growing as a parent. It’s about encouraging your child and supporting them as best you can.
More than that, being a swim parent means you grow alongside your swimmer.
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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.
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.
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.
Knowing some swimming terminology, or swim terms, will help you navigate the swimming world. Here are 60 common swimming terms to get you started.