While strength training is pretty straightforward, there are a few things that swimmers should do during dryland to help prevent injury, increase success, and help others.
Here’s what you should know about lifting weights as a swimmer. And why both competitive and lap swimmers should lift weights.
Always staying at your child’s swim practice? You might be hurting them by doing so. Here’s why you should skip your child’s next swim practice.
Every team has a parent that is rude. Whether you’re new to swimming or not, here are the rudest things parents can do at swim practice.
Parkas aren’t just for competitive swimmers. Anyone can use them as a means to stay warm in cold weather. One such parka is Arena’s Team Line Parka.
What are the unknown rules and guidelines for swim parent etiquette? Here are eight tips to keep you from committing a faux pas at your child’s swim practice.
One good thing about swim practice? It gives you the gift of time.
Here are eight things you can do during your child’s swim practice.
Kickboards come in all shapes, sizes, and materials. Finding the best kickboard for you might seem easy enough but which is the right one for you?
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.
Want a distraction during your next holiday training? Get creative with the 12 Days of Holiday Training!