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On this site, you will find new and revolutionized ways for coaches, swimmers, and
parents around the world to gain useful information, get ideas for exercises, and
to take part of peer-reviewed research of how to properly train swimmers on land to then optimize performances in the pool.

Featured Athlete

Linn11-year old Linn Suchomel is currently one of the most promising youth swimmers Sweden. Fighting type 1 diabetes mellitus, Linn is in constant battle during the day and in workouts to maintain a healthy blood glucose level. With a Nordic Youth Record in 100m backstroke, she is striving for more records in the long course season this summer. Swimmer Strength wishes her best of luck and continued success!

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Featured BlogPosts

  • Stretching: What does science say about its effects on recovery?

    Coaches often prescribe stretching to the athletes for various reasons, and many times without knowing the benefits, if any. Before going any further, let us start with some basic definitions: Stretching Definition Stretching is most commonly defined as the application of force to the muscles in order to achieve changes to either 1) warm-up, 2) […]

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    SB Streamline Balance

    SB Streamline Balance This is a challenging exercise if you haven’t tried it before. It incorporates total body integration, as you need to keep everything in line in a very instable surface – truly a fantastic core exercise. Be patient getting on the stability ball. You may have to repeat this several times before getting […]

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    Challenge Of The Week

    Superman Pike

    IMG_5742 This is a fantastic strengthening and mobilizing exercise for the shoulder relevant for swimmers and divers. In addition, it is a great test to see how good your balance and core stability is! Click here to watch it!

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