Caeleb Dressel got candid about how pressure impacted his mental health before and after his record-setting performance at the Tokyo Olympics.
“I hope to learn to have fun again in the water. I hope that I can fall in love again with being in the water and let go of the need to constantly perform.”
“A small chunk of open water that for an hour allows me to still be who I was before everything around me changed. I’m just a little girl again in the water.”
Lochte says he felt depressed after missing the Olympic team last year, and plans to go all-in on the FINA World Cup in 2022.
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Canadian Olympian Taylor Ruck reveals the issues she’s had with an eating disorder in recent years in an interview with Canadian paper The Globe and Mail.
Even the best swimmers in the world struggle at times with their inner-dialogue, with the Restoic App, you’ll learn how to overcome this obstacle and thrive.
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In the past year, swim clubs and universities across the country have used Restoic for Teams as a holistic approach to peak performance and mental wellness.
After winning two Olympic medals in Tokyo, Australian Alexander Graham gives some insight into some of the mental battles he’s overcome in the sport.
In an interview, double Olympic gold medalist Yui Ohashi revealed two major health struggles that have impacted her career: one physical and one mental.
In the past year, the Olympic gold medalist has learned how to overcome adversity and unlock the power of positive thinking using the Restoic App.
Symptoms include fatigue, faster heart rate even well after practice, and sore muscles, which can lead to decreased performance.
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