• 3 Tips for Easy Swim Logging with MySwimPro Keeping a workout journal offers numerous advantages for reaching your swimming goals. Keeping track of what you’re doing is a key to staying motivated and oriented towards your goals. Self-monitoring has been shown to work over and over again in studies and research. We’ve prepared a few tips to make logging your swim workouts with […] September 26, 2017
  • Workout of the Week: IM Killer Training all four competitive strokes is a fantastic way to get in shape quickly. Individual Medley focused workouts are considered the most taxing types of workouts by competitive swimmers because of all the muscle groups and energy systems that get used. This Middle Distance IM workout is a mix of aerobic IM conditioning mixed with […] September 25, 2017
  • MySwimPro 4.7 + watchOS 4 = ❤️  Today we released MySwimPro version 4.7 for iPhone and award winning Apple Watch App. This coincides with Apple’s release of iOS 11 and watchOS 4, that bring a myriad of new features, like a new Control Center, redesigned App Store, new watch faces, and much, much more to your devices. Read about my experience at WWDC17, where […] September 19, 2017
  • Workout of the Week: Aerobic Freestyle Threshold Test Set The start of each swim season is the best phase to refine technique and develop aerobic capacity. In no other period of the season can you dedicate as much focused effort on developing strokes and building the base. This Workout of the Week highlights the necessity of building a strong aerobic base and the importance […] September 18, 2017
  • How To Swim Breaststroke With World Class Technique Breaststroke is often regarded as one of the more difficult strokes to master. It’s slow, your body position is low in the water, and if you’re not gifted with out-ward pointing breaststroke feet, it can be real struggle. Check out our tips for how to swim faster breaststroke! Breaststroke is definitely the most inefficient stroke. […] September 12, 2017