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The Balancing Act

Coach Dave Gibson and the Swim Fort Lauderdale 12-Hour Practice

It's not often that you find a group of swimmers who aren't negative about an extra long swim practice. Scratch that. Not negative, but...
Neal Studd Swim Camp at FSU

Mental Gymnastics | The Mental Side Of Swimming

It’s the big day. You’re at your championship meet, tapered, suited up, and not a hair on your body. You’ve trained all year for...

Read This If You Are Considering Quitting Swimming

For swimmers, this sport is a major part of our lives. It does not matter if we have been swimming 6 days a week...

To Be The Best, You’ve Got To Eat The Best

Performing at one’s highest potential at all swim meets is every swimmers goal. Fueling your body with the proper foods allows you to achieve...

10 Ways To Conquer The Warm-Up Pool

In the midst of championship season, everyone is excited for tapering, fast swimming, and traveling to big meets with your teammates. But there is...

3 Things To Do After The Season Ends

When your suit is hanging up and your goggles are buried deep in your bag, what are your next thoughts after a championship season has...

Collegiate Swimming Breakdown

Every year, swimmers who are looking to compete at a college level and apply for a scholarship ask a familiar question: Should I search...

The Balancing Act: Five Tips for High School Season

The Balancing Act: Five Tips for High School Season   by Pine Crest Swimmer, Dani Gómez It's the end of July and it's championship time. Swimmers everywhere...

The Balancing Act: We Need to Sort out Our Priorities

The Balancing Act is a new column about balancing high school and swimming which will come out once every two weeks. Thanks Pine Crest's...

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