Swimming

To become a world-class swimmer, you must develop proper stroke mechanics, a strong back and the endurance to power through the finish without losing form. At STACK, you'll learn how to maximize all aspects of your swimming performance with workouts, drills and diet advice from today's top experts and athletes. For even more swimming workouts, browse our swimming training videos.

Latest in Swimming

One Change Female Swimmers Should Make to the Breaststroke

The major difference between women's and men's breaststroke is buoyancy. (See Olympic Breaststroke Techniques.) It may seem insignificant, but this...

By: Skyword

Female Swimmers: 3 Tips to Prevent Common Injuries

It's impossible to completely eliminate injury from the sport of women's swimming. The sport places tremendous stress on the body, which can lead to...

By: Skyword

Tips and Tools for Open Water Swim Training for Women's Triathlon

When it comes to swimming in a lake or the ocean, every women's triathlon swim training program should incorporate a few key elements; and if you'...

By: Tanya Maslach

Latest Videos in Swimming

Indiana Women’s Swimming Single-Leg Box Jump

Indiana University Women’s Swimming performs the Single-Leg Box Jump during the season with coaching by Mike Basgier.

Indiana Women’s Swimming Pike Dumbbell Leg Extension

Indiana University Women’s Swimming performs the Pike Dumbbell Leg Extension during the season with coaching by Mike Basgier.

Indiana Women’s Swimming High Catch Lat Pulldown

Indiana University Women’s Swimming performs the High Catch Lat Pulldown during the season with coaching by Mike Basgier.

What Sarah Reinertsen Can Do in 15 Hours

Paralympic triathlete Sarah Reinertsen talks about improving on her Ironman finish.

Swimming for Softball

USA softball’s Andrea Duran discusses how hitting the pool helped her on the mound.