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Swim parents want the best for their little swimmers. As it turns out, the stress and expectations you have trickle down to your little athlete.
The way that we train in the pool, the way that we compete when it comes time to stepping up on the blocks, is often a mirror of the training habits we hold in the pool.
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We’re a funny bunch. We dunk our heads into water for hours at a time and have staring matches with a black tiled line (usually losing). We don’t shave our bodies for months at a time, and spend thousands of hours training in order to drop tenths or hundredths of a second.
Having spent most of my life on deck and in the pool I recently heard the best advice a swim parent give their little swimmer.
The GOAT’s mom is asked constantly for the secret to success. Her answer? Parents parent, coaches coach, and swimmers swim.
“Confidence is preparation. Everything else is beyond your control.”
We’ve all trained or competed with the swimmer with limitless talent. Here’s the upside on being less talented than the swimmer in the next lane.