How To Overcome The Fear Of Swimming

How To Overcome The Fear Of Swimming

Have you been thinking about how to overcome the fear of swimming? You really want to do it, but the inability or fear has stopped you from following your dream?

Maybe you’ve done a sprint, but are afraid to go longer and pursue your dream of becoming an Ironman because the idea of swimming in open water is just too overwhelming…

You’re not the only one… Swimming related fears seem to be the number one cause why aspiring triathletes hesitate or even deny themselves the opportunity of becoming the athlete that they truly know is deep inside of them.

I’ve been that person, and thousands of others have too.

Let me share with you how I overcame my fears… and how you too can unleash the triathlete that you’ve been holding back!

Take a listen below…

 

 

Let’s talk about what’s holding you back and how to overcome it. Schedule your strategy call now!

 

“We are all athletes… The only difference is, some of us are in training and some are not.”

 

 

Peter Kadzielawski

Peter Kadzielawski

Triathlon Coach at TheTriHub™
Peter Kadzielawski is a USA Triathlon Certified Coach. He also holds certifications in Sports Nutrition as well as Personal Training. As a 9x Ironman finisher himself who still remembers struggling through his first 5k run, Peter strives to inspire his clients and athletes to unleash their potential and rediscover new possibilities.

Since 2001 Peter has worked with individuals from many backgrounds, some taking up exercise for the first time looking for weight loss and toning, and others seeking guidance with a more extreme goal of training for an Ironman triathlon. Peter has published articles in the Competitor Magazine, some of his work was also featured by USA Triathlon, Golf Fitness Magazine and Colorado Runner website.
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Peter Kadzielawski

Peter Kadzielawski is a USA Triathlon Certified Coach. He also holds certifications in Sports Nutrition as well as Personal Training. As a 9x Ironman finisher himself who still remembers struggling through his first 5k run, Peter strives to inspire his clients and athletes to unleash their potential and rediscover new possibilities. Since 2001 Peter has worked with individuals from many backgrounds, some taking up exercise for the first time looking for weight loss and toning, and others seeking guidance with a more extreme goal of training for an Ironman triathlon. Peter has published articles in the Competitor Magazine, some of his work was also featured by USA Triathlon, Golf Fitness Magazine and Colorado Runner website.

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