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  • The Difference Between Short Course and Long Course Swimming | #AskASwimPro It’s your chance to ask the Pros of MySwimPro anything to help you improve your swimming! On this episode of the #AskASwimPro show: – An introduction to Adam Oxner, Co-Founder of MySwimPro – Reflections on Caeleb Dressel’s 17.63 50 FR – The differences between Long Course and Short Course training – How to race in […] March 30, 2018
  • Events | 2018 #SwimBiz Conference We are so excited to travel to Colorado Springs, Colorado for the 2018 #SwimBiz Conference hosted by USA Swimming! The fourth annual marketing conference will take place on April 8-10, 2018 and will emphasize social media, advertising, branding, communications, sponsorship and team promotion. This is a great opportunity for swimming programs, clubs, non-profits and companies […] March 29, 2018
  • How Caeleb Dressel Swims A 17.63 50 Yard Freestyle | Whiteboard Wednesday It’s pretty incredible to see barriers broken. At the 2018 NCAA Championships in Minneapolis, the University of Florida senior, Caeleb Dressel broke three barriers in three different events. First he swam to a sub 18-second 50 freestyle, then on night two he swam a sub 43 second 100 butterfly, and on the final night he […] March 28, 2018
  • How to Use The MySwimPro App Without a Smartwatch Our team at MySwimPro is continuously working to build technology for swimmers that will help them reach their swimming goals. The MySwimPro app is available on dozens of smartphones, fitness trackers, and smartwatches, the great news is that any swimmer with an iPhone or Android smartphone can use the MySwimPro app – no smartwatch required! […] March 28, 2018
  • Events | 2018 Michigan Masters State Championships We are looking forward to a weekend of fast swimming at the Michigan Masters State Championships! If you’re in Michigan, we invite you to come on out to swim, get to know other Masters swimmers in your area, and to meet the MySwimPro team! We’d love to hear about your experiences with the MySwimPro app, […] March 28, 2018
  • WATCH: 39.90 100 Freestyle Caeleb Dressel Analysis Caeleb Dressel continues to break barriers and re-write the record books! At the 2018 NCAA Championships, Caeleb Dressel recorded the fastest time ever in three different individual events. He is the first human to break the 18 second barrier in the 50 freestyle, and swim 100 yards freestyle in under 40 seconds. Race Stats: Time: […] March 26, 2018
  • Workout of the Week: Negative Split Special Workout Statistics: Distance: 2,600m Duration: 50 Minutes Focus: Negative Split Special Pre Set: 400 IM Negative Split A 400 IM Negative Split is one of the most aerobically challenging (and rewarding) sets in the sport of swimming. The ideal ‘feeling’ of negative splitting this set in practice and in competition is by focusing on swimming […] March 26, 2018
  • How To Set SMART Goals! | #AskASwimPro It’s your chance to ask the Pros of MySwimPro anything to help you improve your swimming! On this episode of the #AskASwimPro show: – How to to set SMART Goals – How to set goal times for race day – How to improve underwater dolphin kick – The ratio of warmup, drills, main set, cool […] March 23, 2018
  • WATCH: 50 Freestyle – 17.63 Caeleb Dressel Analysis There is no question that Caeleb Dressel is one of the most incredible athletes in the world! At the 2018 NCAA Championships, Caeleb Dressel re-wrote the record books recording the fastest 50 yard freestyle time ever three times within 12 hours. He is the first human to break the 18 second barrier in the 50 […] March 23, 2018
  • Michigan Masters Swimming Partners with MySwimPro as Exclusive Swim Training App Today, we’re excited to announce that MySwimPro has partnered with Michigan Masters Swimming and has been designated the Official 2018 Swim Training App for the organization. Michigan Masters Swimming, also known as the Michigan Local Masters Swimming Committee (LMSC) is on a mission to help its members to achieve desired levels of health, fitness, performance, and quality of life […] March 21, 2018