Following all the training the one thing that separates swimmers is their mental preparation. Training is all about the physical but in the meets winning is all about mental ability. Welcome Better Swimming.
All competitive swimmersknow they need to focus upon important factors such as pull (or reach), arm height, hydrodynamics and most importantly breathing, but they really need to have that ‘mental edge’ too.
Breathing is critical, so it must be practiced over and over so that breathing becomes part of the rhythm of the stroke. When swimmers become stressed or nervous the first thing to go wrong is the breathing. It becomes shallow and ineffective.
Studies have shown that significant performance improvements can be made simply by thinking of the word ‘air’ as you take a breath, while maintaining optimum pace for the entire swim. Only think about the word ‘air’, and on every breath put the feelings of exertion in the back of the mind, without compromising your pace at all.
Focus upon the feeling and the sound of exhaling fully while underwater and then drawing air in when your mouth exits the water. Focus your mind upon the sequence of every breath. It may help to imagine a ‘back corner in the mind’ where the feelings of exertion are put away, and ignored.
Streamlining allows you to move through the water with least drag and resistance. Focus upon your goals and streamline your life. Cut out everything that may get in your way, remove all drag and resistance. That means all stress.
You are taught to pull or reach, reach, reach. That’s fine, but you also need to stretch yourself and reach as far as you can for your goals, because if you don’t you are just treading water. Aim to always better your previous time.
This all means you should cut out anything that is not part of your success formula, anything that is holding you back and sucking in all the oxygen you can and reach, reach, reach.
Learn to relax the mind, with practice, so that you can experience a sense of calm in the middle of a storm. Learning to disassociate from the distractions of competition, and associate with the experience of swimming is the ultimate key to success. The Welcome Better Swimming subliminal affirmation MP3 can help you achieve that, and more.
“Life is a lot like Swimming.
Winning will not happen without swimming laps everyday” – Peter Zapfella
The Welcome Better Driving MP3 has been written and digitally recorded to reveal to your unconscious mind resources which will, over time, influence positive emotions and self-talk. These in turn create deep unconscious beliefs and habits of behavior so that you can become a better swimmer with practice.
The Welcome Better Swimming subliminal affirmations are simply ‘concealed’ from the conscious analytical mind within masking music and environmental sounds to foil conscious logic. This is because the surface conscious and deep unconscious are currently incongruent and this could potentially ‘filter out’ the messages.
You can download and be listening to Peter Zapfella’s Welcome Better Swimming subliminal affirmations within a few minutes. You can save them on to your device or transfer them to USB thumb drives, CD’s, ‘the cloud’ and other storage devices for your convenience. Our ‘Welcome’ Subliminal Affirmation MP3’s are compatible with all known media players, tablets and personal/lap-top computers.
Now you can listen to thee Welcome Better Swimming subliminals when ready to sleep and let these gentle and encouraging words guide your unconscious mind into the realms of dreams.
If you listen to the Welcome Better Swimming MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ or ‘loop’ your unconscious mind will hear this message around 420 times in the course of a normal 8 hour sleep. The more thee Welcome Better Swimming messages are repeated over and over, the more they are uncritically accepted by the unconscious. A simple message regularly repeated, will eventually become a new unconscious belief. However, following one-on-one therapy with Peter Zapfella the results can be miraculous.
“Today is the future you created yesterday, and tomorrow you create in your thoughts today. So be inspired by what your unconscious mind thinks … today.” – Peter Zapfella
Subliminal affirmation text;
“Throughout the day you constantly visualise yourself swimming with greater confidence, strength and speed.
When swimming you step into your visualisation and repeat it, over and over again. Air, air, air.
Hydrodynamics and breathing are part of your natural rhythm of the stroke. Focus upon the sequence of every breath. Air, air, air, as any feelings of exertion are completely ignored.
You are focused and motivated about swimming better than ever before.
You are now more clear in the mind, you are coping better with everything and everybody. More confident… greater self-control…air, air, air, the way you feel is becoming better and better… because the burdens has been lifted for ever and ever now that you welcome better swimming.“
The Welcome Better Swimming MP3 was written and recorded by Peter Zapfella to ‘lock-in’ the unconscious shifts following one-on-one therapy to deal with the underlying psychological causes of the problem. Peter Zapfella is available almost 24/7 world-wide via Skype. For more information go to www.PeterZapfella.com and www.skypetherapy.pro
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