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Build Skills First – Add Power Second

To become the fastest, a swimmer needs a combination of excellent technique, maximum power, and lasting endurance to drive their technique. In a perfect world, swimming technique and power should grow at a consistent rate … Continued

Rest To Be Your Best

There are numerous ways to enhance swimming performance. Some are more active, like swimming, dry-land training, and yoga; while others are more passive, like nutrition, meditation, and rest. It’s natural for swimmers to place a … Continued

A Strong Body With A Weak Mind Achieves Little

An 11-Hour Tennis Match On average, a tennis match lasts about three and a half hours. During the 2010 Wimbledon Championships, John Isner and Nicolas Mahut played a match that lasted over 11 hours! A … Continued

Why Yoga?

Yoga found its way into the Peak Performance Swim Camp curriculum in 2005. That was the year I began taking yoga at a local studio. Among the many things that surprised me about yoga was … Continued