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'Don't wait for your ship to come in.... swim out to it.' -Rowdy Gaines.

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Studies show that improved mindset will help you cope with challenging practices & boost your meet performance.

Anti-Fog Goggle Solution

2 oz of white vinegar

1 Quart of Water

Apply to goggles with cloth.  Leave it on wet and let air dry. Do this once a week.

For The Holidays

Gingerbread Martini 

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 USDA Recommendations



9 -13 need 1600 to 2000 calories a day

14 - 8 need 1800 to 2000 calories a day


9 -13 need 2000 calories a day

14 -18 need 2400 to 2800 calories a day

Eating Right

Swimmers have different dietary needs than other athletes. A diet high in protein and complex carbohydrates is key to replenishing glycogen stores and boosting your metabolism. USA Swimming calls this functional fueling.

Carbohydrates should be a primary fuel source. In fact  carbs should make up to 50 or 60 percent of a swimmer's diet. Protein should make up 30 percent  and the remainder should be healthy fats- about 15 to 20 percent.

The differences aren't just in macro nutritional needs but caloric intake as well.


As any swim parent knows a swimmer's appetite can seem never ending. But how many calories do they truly need? 

On top of normal USDA recommendations swimmers need an additional 1200 calories per 2 hours of practice time. 

Eating Right

The Swimmist

Monthly Swimming Magazine

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