Here is a list of new year’s swimming resolutions for anyone who swims. As a sports dietitian and a swimming coach, I cannot stress enough the importance of each and every one of these resolutions. If you can do each of these things daily, you will be a faster swimmer and a happier person!

There is something special about this time of year, with the wrapping up of the December holidays, and the beginning of a new year. When January 1 rolls around, resolutions fill the air as people declare that this year, they are going to be kinder, healthier, thriftier, and happier. There is something fresh and exciting about making a New Year’s resolution, something about the chance for a fresh start, a blank page, which offers endless possibilities.

Here are 27 things to remember as you resolve to trust the process…

  1. Trust the Technique
  2. Trust the Timeline
  3. Trust the Training
  4. Trust Your Coach
  5. Be Realistic
  6. Trust Yourself
  7. Sleep more
  8. Eat healthy food
  9. Reward Yourself
  10. Stay hydrated.
  11. Stand up straight
  12. Do weight-bearing land exercises.
  13. Visualize success
  14. Play in the water every practice
  15. Keep your head down in the water
  16. Streamline off every wall
  17. Shower before diving in
  18. Stretch & rehabilitation exercises regularly.
  19. Perfect your drills
  20. Make every turn and finish that you do legally
  21. Make this the year you go injury-free.
  22. Stop peeing in the pool
  23. Each day encourages a youngster on the team.
  24. Invite your friends and family for a swim
  25. Celebrate the soreness.
  26. Read about swimming

I recommend that you choose one new resolution to master each week.  Don’t try to do all 27 of these at once! If you can slowly add each of these resolutions to your daily habits, there is no doubt you will swim faster.

What is your New Year’s Resolution going to be for 2017? Which of the above swimming tips will you incorporate into your training? Let me hear it in the comments below.


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Sanuj Srivastava

Hello everyone ! myself Sanuj Srivastava, I'm a National swimmer and Computer Olympiad winner. I'm working on writing articles for competitive swimming. If you have some problem in swimming that needs some creative injection then that’s where I come in!
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