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The very awesomeness of the goal can leave us discouraged and feeling as though we have no idea where to start. This particular strategy advocates something so simple, and yet so effective: master your swimming through divide and conquer.
The big thing about this book is that you can skim through it at a reasonably fast clip, grab a handful of strategies and get to work immediately. When you understand that there is a fundamental set of rules behind how skill and talent is developed in the pool you are better prepared to take action.
This book helps show you how in an easy to read format. It would be kinda rude not to include my own mental training skills guide in this little list, so here goes. There are pages of highlights, but here are a couple of my favorite: A goal setting strategy that is proven to work.
The difference is all in the approach, and fortunately research into goal setting has shown us a method that works twice as well as the way that most swimmers take on their goals. Champions are made in practice. Our training habits and how consistent we are in practice is what ultimately dictates how we are going to perform at the big meet. When we take the wheel with these aspects of our training some fairly awesome things begin to happen—we experience the rush of progress and improvement, the control that comes with building the swimmer we want to become, and learn to understand how our mindset is the deciding factor in how successful we decide to be.
Everything you wanted to know about training with one of the most commonly seen accessories on deck—swim paddles. You know that training with flippers is a metric ton of fun, but there are some important things to keep in mind before slipping them on and going Mach across the pool.
He has won 16 Olympic medals, 14 gold and two bronze. He holds seven world records and has over 20 World Championship medals.
He now resides in Baltimore, MD with his dog Herman. Alan Abrahamson is an award-winning sportswriter and a recognized authority on the Olympics.
Among other honors, Alan won the National Headliner Award for sports writing and was named the Los Angeles Press Club's sports journalist of the year.
Alan and his wife, Laura, and their three children live in Southern California. No Limits: The Will to Succeed. Michael Phelps , Alan Abrahamson.
In No Limits, Michael Phelps - perhaps the greatest Olympic competitor the world has ever seen - will show us the secrets to his remarkable success, from training to execution.
In the ocean, we swam like dogs langoy-aso with the head sticking out from the water all the time and if you swim like this when you are in an Olympic-size pool with all the trained athletes or hotel guests who know the correct form looking, you just look like a damn fool.
But what I am saying is that, as a young boy, I dreamed of becoming a swimmer. There was no college or university in the island, so when I graduated from high school, my father told me to go to the university in a city located on top of a mountain. As the city was on the mountaintop, the temperature was low and having a swimming pool for physical education class was just not appropriate.
At the same time, in college, I had to start wearing eyeglasses and so my dream of becoming a swimmer just died and I just have to content myself into watching swimming competitions on the television and now, reading a book about a great young swimmer. But still, whenever I visit our hometown in a island, I reminisce those days that I spent on the water swimming and fishing with my dad and older brothers. No Limits: The Will to Succeed by Michael Phelps is about his own dream of becoming a swimmer, not the dream I had but similar, because his was to become a great swimmer.
And he did: winning an unprecedented eight gold medals in Beijing Olympics and in the same game, setting six world records. If you add all his Olympic medals — gold, silver and bronze, from Beijing to those he won earlier in Athens, he is the athlete who so far has brought home the most number of Olympic medals from the Olympics ever.
He says: "When I'm focused, there is not one single thing, person, anything that can stand in the way of my doing something.