Still going to training regularly with the performance squad but haven’t been competing since the end of last season, e.g. August 2018.
Have already obtained 8 County times for this season during last season.
Don’t be put off by injury. Even though swimming is a very active sport with constant competitions, having an injury is no reason at all to drop out of the sport.
You can continue training and keep fit, even if you can’t enter every competition for a while.
Don’t let your coach tell you otherwise because if you love swimming you will want to stick with it.
Just thought, that swimming is the ideal sport for hyper active kids. Stick anybody into a swimming club and even the most lively kid will be tired by the end of the day, with little time left for being hyper-active.
Think about it if your child attends morning training before school, by the time they get into the benches, they will already have spent all excess energy during the AM session and if they get active again the after-school training session will take care of that.
Doctors should prescribe more sport less pills.
I think the key is to get parents involved as much as the children to develop the healthy life-style for the whole family.