Invisible Progress is anything you do that increases your swim potential—the causes you make to positively impact your performance.
One quality of Kobe Bryant that helped him excel so much faster than others was his courage to try new things without getting hung up on outside perspectives.
Parents and coaches forming a partnership is essential for a team’s growth and leadership on the way to a truly successful program.
When we peel back fear and can see what it’s really trying to say, we can use it as a source of inner strength.
Scaling is a simple tool for taking action toward one’s objectives in a manageable way.
The ASCA Timothy Welsh Fellows Program is an annual initiative that was formed by the long-time University of Notre Dame coach Timothy Welsh.
With consistent practice, we can guide our confidence on an upward trajectory over time.
Knowing the difference between pressure and stress and becoming familiar with their role in your training can drastically impact how you perform at any level.
The often-overlooked weapon of a successful swimmer’s arsenal lies in the power of how they direct and utilize their mind.
Rather than trying to implement massive changes in our lives, it’s a much more sound approach to incrementally seek improvement little by little.
Allowing our bodies the space and time away from the stresses of swimming is essential to coming back harder, faster, stronger, and better.
Reframing is simply looking at situations, experiences, events, ideas and emotions from a different angle, playing an essential role in athlete psychology.
As coaches, we’ve never fully arrived as a leader, but we can always grow into our potential, just as our swimmers do.