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Swimming Training Zones Revisited

Training Zones Revisited “The purpose of this paper will be to describe a different interpretation of training zones, one that is based on training the three muscle fiber types. The physiological rationale for this theory was presented in an earlier paper. This follow-­up...

Swimming – Training Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers: Why and How

Part I: Training Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers: Why and How “With the finding that short, intense sprints can improve aerobic capacity, there has been a huge increase in the number of experts who advocate this kind of training over traditional endurance training.” At One...

Stress-Related Breathing Problems: An Issue for Elite Swimmers

Stress-Related Breathing Problems: An Issue for Elite Swimmers “The purpose of this preliminary study was to test if there are any links between breathing problems, and physiological and psychological recovery (or perceived lack thereof) in elite swimmers.” At One...

Overuse Shoulder Injuries In Swimmers

Overuse Shoulder Injuries In Swimmers “Shoulder injury is a significant barrier to the training regime and competition experience of the swimmer, both male and female. Both male and female swimmers have a unique potential for the onset of clinical shoulder symptoms. This...

Off-Season Swimming – A time to Learn Efficiency and Strengthen your Core Skills

Off-Season Swimming – A time to Learn Efficiency and Strengthen your Core Skills “We teach freestyle that is efficient as well as strong, fluid and fast. It can take anywhere from six months to a year to change your old swimming habits into a more efficient stroke. It...

What Swimming Coaches Should Know About Atrial Fibrillation and Cardiac Health

What Swimming Coaches Should Know About Atrial Fibrillation and Cardiac Health “The purpose of this review is to investigate the literature related to atrial fibrillation (AF) in competitive master swimmers (females and males) and possible relationships to training history,...

Asymmetries in Swimming: Where Do They Come From?

Asymmetries in Swimming: Where Do They Come From? “This paper reviews the etiology of asymmetries in swimming. A model of factors related to asymmetries was used as a basis for discussion of the etiology of asymmetries among swimmers. Asymmetries can include bilateral...

Swimming Seasonal Training Design

Seasonal Training Design “Continuous improvement in swimming performances throughout a season depends on the swimming and dryland workload volume in the various energy zones, and the adaptation of athletes to this workload. Although there are many ways to develop faster...
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