Hot Food and a Warm Bed Beats a Cold Tub any Day
This past summer, the USA Swimming Medical Staff and High Performance Staff supported three international meets over the course of 35 days. It was an amazing opportunity to see how our athletes go about their business of swimming fast and recovering for their next race.
Mike's Mailbag: Lead by Example
My team has gone through a lot of change with coaches. I'm a senior so I want to motivate my team to adapt to the changes. How can I do that effectively?
Dryland Periodization: Phase I, Range of Motion and Fatigue Tolerance
As your coaches start getting your bodies used to daily practices, your focus in dryland training should be on increasing range of motion and building up tolerance to fatigue.
Andrew Seliskar: Beautiful Music in the Water
Andrew Seliskar can strum a guitar almost as well as he can swim a 200 butterfly or 400 individual medley.
Catching Up with Whitney Myers Burnett
Whitney Myers Burnett remembers the feeling like it was yesterday. Standing with teammates Natalie Coughlin, Katie Hoff and Kaitlin Sandeno on the top step of the podium following the 800 freestyle relay at the 2005 World Championships.