Swimmers often struggle to swim fast under pressure. Here are three things you can start doing at practice today to “choke proof” your swim meets.
3 Ways to Get More from Your Swim Practices
Swimming faster means swimming well in practice. Here are three ways swimmers can make the most of their time at practice.
How Fearless are You When the Main Set Starts?
The main set is the meat potatoes of your swim practice. Are you giving it the effort that your swimming deserves?
3 Ways Swimmers Can Manage Distractions on Race Day
There’s lots going on when you step up on the blocks. Here is how to manage internal and external distractions so that you can swim fast when it matters most.
3 Tips for How to Build Self-Confidence at Swim Practice
Fun fact: Swimmers can build confidence, just like a skill. Here are three of my favorite tips for swimmers on how they can consistently build self-confidence in the water.
My Favorite Trick for Making Swim Practice Go By Faster
Want a simple way to make swim practice go by faster AND help you go faster too? Read on and learn how counting your strokes will help make your time in the water more efficient.
Try this Goal Setting Strategy if You are Struggling with Hard Goals
Big goals are great. But often, open goals, or “curiosity goals” can be just the thing we need to accomplish hard things in the water. As a swimmer, you have goals. These goals tend to be very specific—I want to go to the Olympics. I want to win a gold medal at our big championship […]
9 Training Habits of Olympic Swim Champions
Power up your swim practices by learning from the training mindset and habits of Olympic champions.
Pro Mindset Tip: Use Visualization to Conquer Adversity in the Pool (3-Step Plan)
Mental imagery is a powerful way to make yourself mentally tougher on race day. Here is a simple 3-step plan for conquering adversity when things get tough.
5 Myths About Having a Process-Focused Mindset
A process over outcome mindset is critical to building confidence and improving in the water. Here are some of the mistakes and myths swimmers make when trying to be all about the process.
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