Tough times provide opportunities for growth. Here are some ideas for how swimmers can come out ahead in the face of adversity and uncertain times.
Misty Hyman upset the swimming world at the Sydney Olympics to win the final of the 200m butterfly. Her path there was far from smooth.
Do more in the pool by flexing a few simple mental training skills with your swimmers. Here’s how to get started with sharpening your swimmers mindsets.
During times of uncertainty and increased stress, you can lean on the one thing that has always been there for you–your process.
When Adam Peaty got behind the blocks at the Rio Olympics he was calm and confident. Here’s how he used visualization to crush the WR and win gold.
We all battle with moments of low motivation from time to time. Here’s a way to make your motivational struggles a little less struggley.
Are you spending your energy and focus on the right things in the water? Give your performance a boost by investing your effort in the right areas.
Setbacks and failures are a natural part of the upwards trajectory of our swimming. What will your reaction be when setbacks happen to you in the pool?
Every swimmer experiences the frustration, helplessness, and depression of being sidelined. Here’s how to stay sane and motivated when injured.
Focused swimmers are more engaged and improve at a faster clip than their day-dreaming teammates. Here’s how to build a culture that develops focus.
Feeling inspired to take your swimming to the next level? Here are 6 benefits of mental training for competitive swimmers.
Great culture can help produce great performances. Here’s how you, the elite-minded swimmer, can do your part to create exceptional team culture.
Here are 7 simple things that you can do today or tonight to make sure tomorrow’s practice goes down like a cool glass of success.
You can’t always control how other swimmers do, but there is something you can control about your swimming, and it still counts for quite a bit.
Hey coaches–Here are some long-term strategies that you can use to help motivate your swimmers so that they maximize their time in the water.