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This is a show aimed at making swimmers faster inside the pool with training done outside the pool. More specifically, reducing injuries, increasing power output and shortening recovery times. Hosted by Deniz Hekmati - former Pac-12 swimmer from Sweden, performance coach, sport scientist, and the founder of Swimmer Strength. Most importantly, he is a lifelong swimming enthusiast interested in all aspects of human performance.
 
Welcome to the Swim Coaches Base podcast. Get ready to build up your knowledge base from other swim coaches around the world. The SCB is the #1 podcast for swim coaches, bringing you the best conversations with top coaches to help you become a better coach. The Swim Coaches Base podcast is hosted by Chris Ritter and powered by RITTER Sports Performance. Check out more swim coach resources from RITTER - rittersp.com Sponsored by A3 Performance.
 
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Open Enrollment to Become SSDC ends Tuesday evening (9/14) at midnight PST. Don't miss this opportunity! Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) If you need a dryland program for you or your swimmers now is a great time to get started with a custom dryland program from SURGE Strength. Schedule your free call with Chris today! Get Started wit…
 
Did you know that this was the closest Olympics between the United States and Australia in gold medal count with 11 and 9 respectively? This and more recapping of the medal counts from all of the Olympics since 2000 in Sydney and reactions to each event in our latest episode on The Swimmer Strength Podcast. We crown: Olympic Queen to Emma McKeon Ol…
 
Have you ever wondered what impact having the right mindset in sports has? Whether it is an Olympic final or a State Championship final, when athletes practice and moments before big events, they are usually stuck with their thoughts. The way they think will help determine their performances. Sport psychology is a term used to help enhance athletic…
 
It’s a big week: the Olympic Games Begin. An event only the top tier of athletes have the honor of competing together with outstanding support and coaching staff. If you are a swimming nerd and want to hear some of my predictions, analysis between swimming in USA v. Sweden v. Turkey and also update you on my move to Norway - this episode is a great…
 
FREE Dryland Webinar Registration Dryland Training Webinar Series Begins Monday, July 19th and will go into September. We hope you'll join us! Get Emails from Chris Hear from Chris on his latest dryland thoughts from Olympic Trials, to the Olympics and into the upcoming season. Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) Learn more about the fir…
 
Have you ever wondered what it takes to reach the top, to leave a lasting legacy? Granted, the formula for each Champion will look different, but one thing is for sure - they welcome challenges and will relentlessly rise above obstacles to get the job done. In this week’s episode of The Swimmer Strength Podcast, we welcome the current welcome holde…
 
Taper - the time of year when the body undergoes incredible physiological changes, swimmers enjoying shorter workout times, and coaches getting edgy. It is a time when many swimmers and coaches opt to the coin toss: is it going to be a good taper, or is it going to be a bad taper? In today’s episode of The Swimmer Strength Podcast, we welcome Abbie…
 
How Yoga Can Supplement Swimmer Yoga - you may have heard of it. It is a practice that has been around for millennia and can be practiced in so many ways. It can be used to create general body awareness as a way feel body parts in certain positions or poses. In this process, the body develops a general sense of stability. Additionally, it can be us…
 
In one way or another, we all can relate to the word ‘failure.” And let’s face it, more swimmers leave Olympic trials disappointed, angry and wanting more. Whether it is a failed repetition in the weight room, or the body failing towards the end of the 20x100’s, we fail. You may or may not have heard the phrase, “fail your way in to amazing things.…
 
Emotional Response in Training & Winning is Not For Everyone Getting swimmers to comprehend movement skills on land can be seemingly be difficult and intimidating for many swimming coaches. As much as we force down set and repetitions, how does that make the swimmer succeed in the big arena with the spotlight on, the crowd cheering and TV cameras l…
 
Inside The Mind of Brett Hawke Have you ever felt weak, insecure and hopeless because you lack strength or fall behind in your physical development? You're not alone. What if athletes at the highest level battle the same demons? World renowned sprinter and coach, Brett Hawke joins us in today's episode. We discuss: Brett's first dryland exposure in…
 
The Shoulder Blades Are The Secret To Healthier Shoulders If work with swimmers or are a swimmer yourself, chances are someone you know have suffered an injury. Does it have to be this way? A few of our talking points in this episode: Strategies to keep swimming while being injured. Overlooked injuries for swimmers. Movements that mimic swimming. C…
 
Nurturing Future Olympic Gold Medalists With Smarter Dryland Training The journey to the Olympic top looks different for many athletes. Yet, there are similarities between many. They all have to be nurtured on way or another and more than likely face adversity along the way. Our guest today, Markell Lyng, shares some her past stories of helping swi…
 
Lezak's Insane Relay Leg: How Did He Pull It Off? "What about the Americans? We're going to smash them. That's who we came here for." Do you remember the 2008 Olympics men's 4x100 Freestyle relay event? I remember watching this race. I was in awe. Speechless. This was the summer before I flew out to Florida from Gothenburg for freshmen year of swim…
 
Swim-Specific or Anti Swim-Specific Dryland Training For Swimmers? Have you seen swimmers mimic movements on land to replicate the patterns on the water? How important is it for an Olympic level swimmers to reinforce the swimming skills? Swimmers will have their own preferences and coaches will hold and bias their own beliefs. There was a time in m…
 
Welcoming The Olympics, Remembering The Fallen & Embracing Change We are just a few shy months away from the Tokyo Games and we are all itching for the competition to begin. On this season of The Swimmer Strength Podcast, we will tie each episode in to the Olympics one way or another. Whether you are a swimmer aspiring to reach the games, a coach w…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time Subscribe to t…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
FREE Webinar - The Process of Dryland Training - Join Chris as he shows how you can write an effective dryland workout in less than 10 minutes using the principles taught in the SURGE Strength Dryland Certification Curriculum Become SURGE Strength Dryland Certified (SSDC) - Open Enrollment Starts Monday, April 26th for a limited time…
 
Why Training With Speed Is Imperative For Success "Swimmer strength is the ability to control the body weight through time and space." With coach Nick Folker from the University of Hawaii, we discuss: How swimming can learn from the strength training terminology. Changes in the past decade of the strength training demographic for the swimming commu…
 
Hypermobile vs. Stiff Swimmers Swimmers are, in general terms, hypermobile and tend to have lax joint. On the flip side, many swimmers struggle with stiffness that limits their stroke kinematics. In the last Swimmer Strength podcast episode, we share thoughts on: The struggles and benefits for these swimmers. Strategies of how we can tell them apar…
 
Managing & Developing Elite Level Division 1 SEC Collegiate Swimmers "How can we use caution in our program design, yet move with urgency? Because conference and NCAA Championships are not waiting for no one." With coach Greg Adamson from the University of Tennessee, we discuss: The importance of the coach-athlete relationship. Are swimmers fragile…
 
What Is Swim-Specific Strength? And how do we train swimmers differently through stages of development? Are you feeling confused and frustrated with how social media portrays certain movements or general training? Is that skewing your own believes of what swimmers should be doing? In this episode, we share thoughts on: Physical training characteris…
 
Strategies To Get Swimmers To Move Smoother On Land With coach Jimmy Dabney, we discuss: Mobility strategies for the thoracic spine. The evolution of strength training Working with individuals within their movement capacities. Where swimming-specifics movement would fit in training design. Connect with Jimmy: Via Instagram: @getsolivefitness Email:…
 
How To Avoid The Dark Side Of Strength Training With coach Alex Coci, we discuss: The Swimmer Strength collaboration journey. His injury as a Freshman at a D1 college. How to bridge the gap between the weight room and swimming pool. Connect with Alex: Via Instagram: @alexcoci Access the Swimmer Strength library - click here. Apply for personalized …
 
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