Tuesday, October 07, 2008
Before Hustling to Finish, Relaxed Is a Good Way to Start
Trainers and coaches say relaxation is crucial to a strong performance, and tension only serves to diminish an athlete's performance.
The link below will take you to a New York Times article By GINA KOLATA -- first published Published in the NYT on October 2, 2008. It includes references to swimmer Michael Phelps, well-known coaches and runners including Michael Johnson. Who knows, maybe you'll pick up a tip that'll help put you in First Place -- if not in the Olympics!