The way we perform on race day is connected to how confident we are when we step up on the block. Here’s the first thing you need to know about laying the groundwork for consistent, PB-crushing self-confidence.
For the swimmer who is confident in training, confident during taper, and confident walking out onto the pool deck the morning of their big race, the sudden free-fall in confidence that happens in the minutes or hours before they race can be as infuriating as it is demoralizing. The feeling of confusion is perhaps the […]
Self-confidence comes from the training that you do each day in practice. Here’s how setting and tracking training goals in the pool can help you develop some serious self-confidence on race day.
Mental training skills for swimmers look confusing. There’s about a hundred different places you can start. Here’s a simple 3-step process that you can use to develop a killer mindset in the pool.
Your coach has likely told you to trust and follow the process. Here’s an illustration of just how powerful this mindset can be when it comes to stepping up on the blocks.