Are you passionate about swimming? Are you a swim coach or an athlete wondering how your competition spends their time in the pool? Did you ever wanted to share what you do every day but didn’t know how? Well, now you can do all of it in one place – welcome to ProSwimWorkouts! A lot of coaches (myself included) always talk about how they would like to share what they’re doing, get feedback from other coaches and see how other coaches work with their athletes. Yet, only few of us make the efforts or take the time needed to share their experience with another coach. That’s exactly where I hope ProSwimWorkouts will step in and help you share your experiences and knowledge and this with the coach from the team in the next town but also with coaches from all over the world!
It’s the time of the year again where many teams find themselves in the middle of their season with all kinds of different qualifying meets on schedule before the big end of summer championships will take over athletes’ and coaches’ lives alike. Adding to an already busy time is the looming next season and the daunting task of coming up with the plan.
Year two of the global pandemic wasn’t much less of a challenge and not as much of a return to normalcy as we were hoping to experience. This past year also impressively highlighted how hard it’s to imagine that any profession is more important and has had as significant of an impact on other people than the coaching profession!
One component that isn’t talked about a great deal – perhaps ever – is how to incorporate workouts from other coaches into your plan and your style as a coach. We all love seeing the latest and greatest from the top coaches – the technique, the lingo, the new drills and sets – it’s exciting and infuses our workouts with excitement.
December is the month where we look back on everything that has happened on the platform and prepare to wrap up the year. For the swimming community, the last month of the year will provide opportunities to spend a few days away from the pool with family and loved ones before indulging into the traditional holiday training.