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.
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.
After attempting suicide last year, Elaraby discusses that fateful night and why it’s important for us to talk openly about our defeats.
American superstar swimmer Caeleb Dressel sits down for his first full-length interview since the 2022 World Championships.
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GBR’s Adam Peaty has already cemented his legacy among the swimming greats but he recently detailed the price he’s had to pay on his pathway to glory.
In his documentary “Swim Tuff: How I Swam My Way Out Of The Bottle”, Ben Tuff shares his journey of sobriety and becoming an ultra swimmer.
Retired Olympic silver medalist Michael Jamieson of Great Britain recently revisited his mental health struggles from his past.
Whether you are retiring due to injury, age, or simply a desire to move on, it is important to take care of yourself both physically and mentally.
University of Florida senior Kevin Vargas has revealed that he missed the 2023 Men’s NCAA Championships due to mental health reasons.
Symptoms include fatigue, faster heart rate even well after practice, and sore muscles, which can lead to decreased performance.
USA Gymnastics announced a new program that covers mental health visits for National Team athletes and coaches in all disciplines.
The 19-year-old posted a lengthy statement on Instagram detailing her battles with mental health over the past number of years.
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