Swim your mentally strong | Marjon Huibers
1091 EZ Amsterdam
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Swimming mentally strongly from swimming coach Marjon Huibers. A great book that helps you discover yourself, find your motivation, by leaving nothing and nobody on your head and swimming right to your goal. If you swim strongly about the magical intersection where your body encounters your head. And perhaps much nicer: how you both train it in such a way to experience maximum pleasure in your sport.
The mental part of swimming your mentally strong could just as well have been about a different sport. Or about playing the piano, or your career. In five steps, Marjon teaches you to define yourself as a swimmer, to formulate, understand and use your motivation, to set a clear and realistic goal and work towards it (falling and upright) with great enthusiasm and pleasure. Those are things that also benefit you outside the bath. This mainly concerns things like focus on processes and controllable things, about recognizing and dealing with your emotions and how you train purposefully, instead of aimless doing your best to swim laps.
Of course swimming coach Marjon also gives practical swimming advice. In the same way as she gives swimming lessons in the water: first the explanation and then exercises, a summary or a checklist. That structure is handy, so you can easily find things later. And you want that. To be sure, stick a post-it between the pages that are about your swimming plan, your basic equipment, and active focal points. The same applies to the breathing exercises, open water tips and how to pace Trainer used. In the middle of the book, she explains the three essential aspects of the swimming movement in crystal -clear language, and what exactly they mean for you in the swimming pool. So that you do not lose the common thread, and that is nice.
Marjon is a swimmer in heart and soul. She studied at the UvA and worked for large customers for 15 years at impressive agencies in advertising and communication, but in her spare time she always gave swimming lessons. To children, big people and volunteers from the Rescue Brigade. In 2012 she decided to turn it around. She focuses Swimfantastic On, and the combination of knowledge and infectious energy makes it a success. Swimfantastic trains beginners, advanced and extremists. Whether you want to go to the other side of the swimming pool for the first time or want to swim the street of Gibraltar, Marjon helps you on your way.