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Kirstin McCoy

Little tweaks/things in a swimmer’s mindset can make a profound difference. When a swimmer views hard sets and competition as a challenge and not as a threat, they perform better. When a swimmer steps up behind the blocks and they are excited about the prospect of racing, not fearful, they swim faster. And when swimmers understand that they don’t have to go to practice and work their butt off, that they get to, they train faster and have more fun doing it. Although swimmers tend to look at a high-performance...