The Swim to Win is by Sports Psychologist Doctor Keith Bell. The idea of swimming is to foster health, fitness enjoyment, and personal growth through the pursuit of excellence in competitive swimming. The goal of swimming is to win.
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Dr. Keith Bell is an internationally recognized expert in sports psychology and performance enhancement. He has worked in over 40 of the U.S. states and served as a sports psychologist for the U.S., Canadian, Hong Kong, Fiji, Cayman Islands, New Zealand and Australian Olympic and National Teams.
His book, "Winning Isn't Normal," has inspired and motivated hundreds of thousands worldwide. Author of 10 books and 80+ articles on sports psychology & performance enhancement, Dr. continues to make valuable and unique contributions to sport.
A featured speaker for coaching associations in Australia, Canada, Great Britain, Japan, and the USA he has also been a regular columnist for swimming publications such as, Swimmers, Swimmers Coach, SWIM SWIM, and Swim Texas Magazine.
Through his work as a sports psychologist alone, he has probably influenced more athletes & coaches than any other teacher, coach, or swimming professional today, having worked directly with about 20,000 athletes, artists, and business professionals and approximately 500 teams worldwide.
An enthusiastic competitor since his childhood, Dr. Bell was the first man over 45 to place in a USS National Championship; garnering 6th place in the 10K National Championship. He has set 18 Masters World Records, 37 USMS National Records, has at least 75 USMS and & Canadian National Championship titles to his name and was named USMS All American in 15 different years.
In addition to his passion for swimming, Dr. Bell enjoys baseball, writing, reading, relaxing to a good movie, and sharing a heated debate. When not engaged in one of these activities, you might find him kayaking on a lake or swimming in the nearest body of water he can find.
A local legend -- for not having not missed a day of training for over a quarter-of-a-century -- his dedication, motivation, & personal belief systems continue to inspire athletes around the globe.
"The Porsche of mental skills training manuals." -- Tom Johnson, 10-time Canadian Olympic Coach.
"The Swim to Win PLAYBOOK is awesome! Every swimmer in America should have one, for himself and for the future of American Swimming." -- Josh Davis, Olympic Triple Gold Medalist
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