Short course is over and the results are in! Regardless of how your season went, reflect on key questions to take ownership of your swimming, keep yourself accountable, and bring intention to your future training.
Your goal matters. Make it a reality by creating a vivid, detailed image in your mind, considering your motivation, setting up milestones using backwards planning, checking your mindset, and constantly reminding yourself of your goal.
As we move into the new year, we've selected a few words to describe our focus and intention: Simple. Vision. Thrive. Now. Read more to learn how we're taking action on these words for ourselves and in supporting our clients.
If you're a competitive swimmer, "holiday" also means a grueling winter break training schedule. Instead of going through the motions and thinking you'll reach your season goals just because, here are five ways to dominate your winter training.
One of the best ways to slow down and set yourself up to perform at your best is to check your mindset. Learn about fixed vs. growth mindsets and tips for building a mindset that helps you to be more motivated, empowered, and resilient.
Why is it so hard to finish a big goal?
In goal setting, it's important to look past the destination, and like a GPS, also input the starting point to get accurate, turn-by-turn directions. Here are a few tips to help you cross your ultimate finish line.