Mike Mann Mondays: What is Summer League Swim Team?

Posted on May 14, 2018 11:38:11 AM by Dorian Capers in Swim Team, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in swimming goals, in Swimming Community, in competitive swimming, in Mike Mann

In this segment we ask Master's Swimmer, World Record Holder, and humble SwimLabs Co-Founder, Mike Mann his insight on the sport and swimming news happening around world

This Week's Question:

Summer swim team season is here! Athletes of all ages are ready to show the successes of their practice in friendly and competitive swimming meets. I thought we’d kick off the season with a Mike Mann Monday on the topic! Mike helps me understand the scope of the summer swim team by answering a series of questions on the subject.

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Swim Skill Tips: Start Now For Race Performance This Season

Posted on Mar 16, 2018 5:31:24 PM by Melissa Mantak, Elite Swim Coach in summer swim camp, in race, in Swim Team, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in Swim Tips

In my work, teaching and coaching go hand in hand. I teach skills and coach how to apply them over time to reach your goals and dreams. When asked about how to improve open water swim performance in a race, my first question is: are you optimizing your pool time now?

Fitness will only take you so far. By improving your skill, strength, and speed in the pool now, you increase your success on race day. Here are 8 tips to implement in your training:

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Swim Team 101 for Parents - with Coach Stephanie Bunevich

Posted on Oct 13, 2017 9:57:53 AM by Stephanie Bunevich in Swimming lessons in Littleton, in Swim Team, in Swimming tips from an instructor, in SwimLabs, in competitive swimming

We asked the Mustangs’ swim team coach, Stephanie Bunevich for some advice for those on a swim team, or for parents that are interested in learning more before enrolling their child. These are the wonderful answers she gave us and we would like to share them with you.

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