Superstitions and beliefs – Olympic rituals

  1 Katrina Radke | July 21st, 2012 | Featured, International, Lifestyle

This is part two of my interview with Olympic Gold Medalist, Nelson Diebel. He shares how he had to change his beliefs after feeling “broken” from his shattered wrists (story shared in my first interview with him). He describes superstitions and rituals he used in order to prepare for the Olympic Games.

In part three (coming soon) – he shares his personal experience of being in the 100 meter breastroke at the Olympic Games, and winning gold.

Enjoy!

Katrina

 

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Jean Michel
4 years 1 month ago

really interesting ! thanks for that specific topic . Olympians must all have special rituals to stay aligned with their goals .

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Katrina Radke, MFT, is an internationally recognized Olympian, therapist, college psychology instructor, and a peak performance and health coach for many fields, including business, sport psychology, fitness, wellness and nutrition. She is a motivational speaker for corporate, educational and public events, and works with top physicians and health professionals. She …

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