Knowing what to bring to a swim meet is half the battle when it comes to competition time. Getting your bag ready the night before a swim meet should become a habit. It will take a few times to know what you need and don’t need. However, once you know what to bring to a swim meet, you’ll feel more confident on meet day.
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New to a swim team? You might wonder is swim meets are expensive and how much they cost. Here’s a quick break down of the various expenses associated with swim meets.
What is holiday training? While holiday training varies by team and means something different to each swimmer, it still can be difficult to explain what exactly it is. And why it’s so important.
Returning to the pool after a long break can be a challenge for swimmers. Mentally preparing yourself can help ease your transition back into the water.
Find yourself struggling because you can’t swim? try these 6 suggestions to help you survive quarantine when not swimming.
Yes, you can swim on your period! From one menstruating swimmer to another, here are some frequently asked questions I get about swimming on your period.
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.
Whether you’re a competitive or leisure swimmer, it’s perfectly fine and normal to swim during your period.
Whether you’re away from the pool because you’re traveling or the pool is closed, you can still workout. Doing dryland workouts away from the pool is a great way to keep in shape during these times.
Quitting swimming isn’t just as simple as walking away and calling it done. Here are 8 things to do before quitting swimming.