Frequently Asked Questions

How do I search for a swim workout?

There are several ways you could search for a swim workout. If you wish to see all swim workouts in the Dynoswim database, simply just click "submit" without changing the form. If you wish to get more specific you could select pool type, workout category, total distance or total time. All the fields are optional, so if you wanted to search for just total distance, enter the approx. distance of a swim workout you're looking for, and click "submit".

The Workout ID, is the unique identifier of a swim workout. So if you're looking for a specific swim workout you could use that search field to find that swim workout without having to navigate through numerous pages of results.

Why can't I submit a swim workout?

Prior to submitting a swim workout you must first create a Dynoswim account. Once you've created a Dynoswim account you must log in before you could submit a swim workout.

How come my swim workout isn't showing up after I submitted it?

Prior to being published to the site all swim workouts will go through a review process by our staff to ensure they are up to par with dynoswim standards.

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Why create a Dynoswim account?

By creating a Dynoswim account, you officially become a member of the Dynoswim community. In so doing, you'll have access to extra features that will allow you to keep a swimming workout log with notes; you'll be able to submit workouts to share with the community; and you'll be privy to exciting developments taking place within the world of Dynoswim.

But it doesn't stop there. You see, we're constantly developing different tools to help enhance your swim training so the tools available to you will only become more dynamic and plentiful over time. Additionally, we often reach out to the Dynoswim community on issues that are important to all of us, whether that be training methods, thoughts on swimming, perspectives from entry-level or experienced swimmers, important events, or whatever it may be.

Simply stated, Dynoswim is *your* community. Register. Contribute your workouts and your thoughts. Use the website, and tell us how to make it better. And help us help Dynoswimmers from all over the world get the most out of their swimming lives.

Would you like to help contribute web content to

Contributed content could be anything up to and including general information of interest to swimmers. Your submission could cover any and all of the related subject matter as seen on our homepage categories and include items as simple as "fun facts", or information on "technique, tips, and drills". Take a look at the list of categories on the homepage of and let us know how you would like to donate content to the benefit of the entire Dynoswim community.

What are RSS feeds?

RSS feeds - also known as Web or News Feeds - allow you to see when the Dynoswim Web site has added new content. You can get our latest headlines in one place as soon as they are published, without having to visit the Dynoswim site. Dynoswim offers RSS feeds for the latest blog entries, blog comments, users' submitted workouts, users' saved workouts, and by request, custom workouts for clubs.

Dynoswim's RSS feeds are provided free of charge for non-commercial use by individuals and organizations. Dynoswim RSS feeds may be displayed on your Web site.

For more details on how to subscribe to RSS feeds using your browser, please select Help from your browser's main menu. It's free and it's easy.

When submitting a workout, should I make it visible?

You should make a workout visible only if you want to share it with the Dynoswim community at large (it will show up in the "Search Swim Workouts" results) and if it contains a legitimate workout. A legitimate workout details the nature and sets comprising an entire practice.

A non-legitimate workout would be if you are just submitting a workout to track your total distance swum (i.e. a workout with one set with the total distance of your workout. If you do not make the workout visible you will still have the ability to access and view it in your "view submitted workouts" page.

How do I leave feedback for a workout I really enjoyed (or tragically didn't enjoy, or revised, etc.)?

If you sign into your Dynoswim account you can leave a comment on the workout page for all to see. We recommend you comment as much and as often as you wish.

How do I submit a swim workout?

The steps to submit a workout have been outlined in the Dynoswim workout guide.