Hannah Caldas

Hannah Caldas

 

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Rachael Verdel saw a community in need in the Northern Territory of Australia. She decided to use swimming to empower the Aboriginal people, and especially their women and children.
Anne Cleveland is a world-class swimmer and a yoga instructor. She shared her thoughts with me on why yoga should be part of the training plan for swimmers, and all other athletes, too.
Navy SEALs are powerful swimmers and masters of the combat side stroke. Maybe you want to become a SEAL or just be like one. Here are the details on how to perfect this useful, efficient stroke.
As a pregnant woman, what if you could relieve morning sickness and joint pain, and have a sense of well-being all because of one activity? Well, then it's time you try swimming.
This year saw the 3rd installment of the CrossFit Games Brazil. I was present as a competitor and observer. What I saw confirmed the universal athleticism and camaraderie of CrossFit.
If you read the title of the article and agreed, I regret to say you're absolutely wrong. It is crucial to kick smart if you are going to be efficient in your swims. Here's the why and how of kicking.
New research shows improved performance and recovery ability when using swimming as active recovery. It might be the best way to recovery for the majority of hard-training athletes, not just swimmers.
In 2010 Jaala Thibault moved to Afghanistan to teach English. She navigated cultural differences, bombs, and a shortage of equipment to still qualify for the CrossFit Games Asia Regionals.
Feeling like your swimming isn't very efficient? Here are the four most common mistakes I see in beginner/intermediate swimmers, and what you need to practice to create better swimming habits.
4x CrossFit Games competitor Shana Alverson talks about the trauma of the swim component. How is it that swimming derails even the best of the best? And why is Shana calling herself out?
You want to swim faster, but your legs are too muscly and they weigh you down? Well, the REAL problem is in your head. No, you're not crazy, but your head position and technique may be.
Maybe you've heard about U.S. swimming superstar Ryan Lochte using strongman training to become a better swimmer. I've used them, too, and here are my recommendations for the best exercises.