Five tips for an aspiring Olympian to cope with the pressure to perform their best.
-Get mentally prepared that you gonna be very nervous. Might even be a little bit uncomfortable feeling. (but at the same time overwhelming)
-But remember that you can still do an amazing performance with those feelings. Don’t panic if you feel very nervous.
-Stick to your routine, but remember
-The Olympic village is huge so you might need to do more walking then you are used to in your everyday life.
-Beds in the Olympic village are very uncomfortable. But 1 week of bad sleep is not gonna affect your performance if your sleep has been good mounts/years before that 😉
You have an incredible following of 235K followers on your Instagram account. Do you enjoy using it? If so, why?
I think it a great way to be connected with my fans, friends and swimming community around the world. When I grew up and started swimming I had no idea what star swimmers of the world were doing, where they were training and it was almost impossible to follow their results.
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