5 Ways You Are Wasting Time at the Pool

The pool is a great place to relax and have fun with your friends and family. But there are a few things you can do to make your pool experience even better.

How to Conquer the “Sammy Save-Up” Mentality

Are you sabotaging your financial independence before you even start by using the “Sammy Save-Up” mentality? Here’s why you need to ditch the “Sammy Save-Up” mindset and how to get back on track to getting out of debt.

9 Reasons to Be Thankful for the Sport of Swimming

Swimming is low-impact, high-intensity. It is a highly active sport that can boost your strength, endurance, speed and cardiovascular fitness. Here’s why everyone should make swimming part of their daily routine.

How to Start Lap Swimming

Compared to other sports, lap swimming requires little equipment, space, and a smaller investment of time. This is why it continues to be amongst the most popular ways to workout. It is a form of swimming that uses a swimming pool with purpose-built equipment to allow the swimmer to efficiently cover long distances.

21 Pieces of Advice You Can Steal from the Most Successful Swimmers on the Planet

With all of the different types of swimming and all the varying speeds and distances involved, the swim world can seem like an especially daunting place to enter. But just remember that every swimmer, no matter what level, learned how to swim through hard work, dedication, and, often, trial and error. To help make your transition to the sport of swimming a little easier, here are some tips to guide you on your way.

6 Lessons Swimmers Can Take from “Chop Wood Carry Water”

Swimming is amazing exercise “ a complete workout that works multiple muscle groups in your arms, chest, back, and legs, including the abs, glutes, and quads. But swimming can be deceiving. Don’t be fooled. Beneath the fluid, graceful movements lurks a wide range of techniques.

How to Fix the Timing in Your Breaststroke

You see it in almost every race: one dude in lanes 9 and 10 zipping around the pool faster than the other competitors. We explain the “timing” technique that could potentially help you swim faster than you ever imagined.