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.
As a swimmer, menstrual cups offer an array of benefits. The most important being that you can train and compete in them with ease.
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.
While a shammy may look small, it wins big on what it offers swimmers. Quick drying and thin, you might find yourself reaching for it first over a towel
For swimmers, returning to the pool and swimming after COVID-19 will probably look different than what we’re used to.
Just because the pool is closed doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be keeping active! To help keep yourself moving, try to do some daily dryland workouts at home. No weights? No worries! You can easily do dryland workouts without weights at home just by sticking with body weight
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?