What Michael Phelps did to become the greatest swimmer
Visualization was a critical key to Michael Phelps’ training.[wd_hustle id=’Newsletter’ type=’social_sharing’/]
That’s what makes Michael Phelps special. There’s no debate. He’s the greatest swimmer and most decorated Olympian of all time: 28 medals won over four different Olympic Games, 23 of them gold.
The question is, how? Well, Michael Phelps is not a fish. Doctors have shot down the notion that his abnormal wingspan and flexible joints give him an out sized advantage.
Visualization was an important part of Michael’s training; he would literally picture himself doing races the way he wanted. That, combined with a grueling training regimen that saw him spending hours in the pool seven days a week, allowed him to fine-tune his technique even on dry land. A less-discussed aspect of his mental approach: His coach had him use language to shape his ambition.
Visualize and create your future
The Creating You Inc guidebook, course, and coaching help you to tap into the power of visualization as a core daily habit. The guidebook helps you to create a compelling vision and plan for yourself. You focus on a purpose that deeply motivates you. You discover who you yearn most to be. You define the actions and habits that are your key to your success. You define for yourself a planning and follow-up system that excites and motivates you to progress towards your vision.
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