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  • 20 Dryland Workouts For Swimmers With a Medicine Ball Want to get stronger in the water? Hit the gym! This Whiteboard Wednesday dives into 20 different strength and conditioning (A.K.A. dryland) workouts you can do with medicine balls. 20 Ways to Use a Med Ball in Dryland: What is Dryland Training? Dryland Training (often referred to as Strength and Conditioning) is activity done on […] May 22, 2019
  • Hitting The Open Water with MySwimPro In this post, Ambassador Banu Akyel (@banu.akyel) shares what she loves about open water swimming, and how the MySwimPro app helped her qualify for the Oceanman Finals in Dubai! Meet Banu Hello, my name is Banu Akyel and I am from Ankara, Turkey. When I was 5 years old, my father taught me how to swim […] May 22, 2019
  • Why I Love To Swim In this post, Los Angeles-based Ambassador Alexander Konetzki (@alexanderkonetzki) shares how the MySwimPro app has helped him train for Masters Swimming competitions for over 3 years! Meet Alex Hi MySwimPro Community! My name is Alexander Konetzki and I am from Marina Del Rey, California. I was born human, but spiritually, I am a dolphin — […] May 21, 2019
  • Triathlon Swim Training with MySwimPro In this post, Berlin-based Ambassador María Martín (@mariamartinrecio) shares how the MySwimPro app helps her to reach her triathlon goals! Meet María My name is María Martín and I live in Berlin, Germany. I was born in the nineties and I am a sportaholic. Sport has been a very important part of my life since I was […] May 21, 2019
  • How a Swimming App Helps Me Become a Stronger Surfer In this post, California-based Ambassador Matthew Kissel shares how the MySwimPro app helps him lose weight, get stronger, and be a better surfer and open water swimmer. MEET MATT: My name is Matt Kissel and I live in Del Mar, California. I currently work for a local tech company as a Project Manager. I fell […] May 21, 2019
  • MyTriPro – Triathlon Training App Every year, millions of triathletes compete in triathlons held around the world. The Ironman triathlon in Kona, Hawaii, may be triathlon’s most recognizable event, but the olympic distance is the sport’s most popular. The 1.5 km swim, 40 km bike and 10 km run is triathlon’s international standard and the format used at the ITU […] May 20, 2019
  • 30 Dryland Workouts For Swimmers Using TRX Suspension Cables Have you ever wondered what you could be doing out of the pool to increase your strength in the water? This Whiteboard Wednesday dives into 30 different dryland workouts you can try with suspension cables. 30 Workout Ideas What is Dryland Training Dryland Training (often referred to as Strength and Conditioning) is activity done on […] May 20, 2019
  • LaJoya Smith | #AskASwimPro Show On this episode of the #AskASwimPro show, we’re in Mesa, Arizona at the 2019 U.S. Masters Nationals Championships. Special guest LaJoya Smith (@lajoyabee) joins us to share what inspires her to reach for her goals. “Working on my mindset has been my #1 goal this year.” Meet LaJoya: LaJoya is based in North Carolina and is an […] May 20, 2019
  • Personal Swim Coaching Algorithm Update There is a huge advantage of training with a personal swim coach. Working 1-on-1 with a coach gives you the opportunity to receive personalized feedback and training plan modifications on a regular basis. This allows you to improve and reach your goals faster. While we all can not afford or have the luxury of a […] May 16, 2019
  • USA Triathlon Coaching Clinic The first modern swim, bike, run event was held at Mission Bay, San Diego, California on September 25, 1974. Since then, the sport of Triathlon has grown substantially and is now an internationally participated in fitness event with a professionalized competition circuit! Adam and I recently traveled to Santa Monica, California to participate in a […] May 15, 2019