Swimming Happy: A Short-Term Guide to Improving Your Body and Mind is a self-help book written by Dr. Mike Lovera, who became well known in the 1990s for his study of hypnosis. It contains information on how you can improve your mental and physical abilities. I have read it several times, and I have to say that it has helped me personally.
He starts by describing how your swimmer’s body is made up of different parts that each work together to help you get where you want to go. When one part is at fault, it’s going to affect your ability to perform better. If you look closely at the fitness tips he gives you, you’ll find that they are all about improving your health, getting stronger, and making changes to your diet.
Then he tells you why he believes that a healthy lifestyle is the key to swimmer’s body. In the case of muscles, diet and exercise must be combined to provide the muscle fibers with the nutrients they need to grow and stay strong. He gives you a good description of what those supplements are and how they may benefit you. The author’s views are very positive, and you will find that he has had quite a few long swimming vacations.
For everyday swimmers, these supplements might be just as important as working out or eating right. With all the new food found in today’s world, it’s important to learn to be able to analyze the nutrition label and what ingredients might be harmful to your health. You’ll find that many of the supplements that he recommends are very reasonably priced, and he also covers natural remedies that have been used successfully for decades.
Just as important is your diet, which affects your swimmer’s body. Dr. Lovera’s book gives advice on what to eat to help your body to recover from workouts faster and increase muscle mass. The recommended foods include lean meats, fruits, vegetables, fish, and soy products.
Some of the other books contains healthy workouts for swimming. There is a section on plyometrics training, which focuses on improving athletic performance by allowing you to use your body’s own energy to perform the required movements. In addition, he discusses time on the water cycle which uses the forces of your body to propel you forward and prevent you from losing balance.
Swimming is the most mental sport I’ve ever seen. I’ve been playing since I was a kid and now as an adult I still can’t believe how much fun it is. I like to think that I am able to make my way through the water by simply using my body’s mind to follow the blue lines.
But in order to achieve these mental feats, it’s important to find out how to direct your subconscious mind. That’s why Dr. Lovera’s book is so important. You can use these suggestions to learn how to focus your mind on the end result, and that’s how you will develop a better mental capacity.
The first tip that he teaches you is to practice in the pool. Take the plunge and dive in, instead of sitting in front of the television and watching football on Sunday. You will be amazed at how much fun you have. Not only will you be able to relax, but you will also see how the improvement that you have made to your mental capabilities will be reflected in your swimming ability.
One of the drawbacks of this book is that it doesn’t go into much detail about practice. It doesn’t focus on how to make the best use of your time while on the water. But this isn’t to say that you cannot practice and build your skill. This book does have one big bonus that many of the other books don’t: there are samples of each of the exercises that the author recommends.
Another nice thing about this book is that the authors have done the hard work and made all the exercises available. This is excellent for beginning swimmers, because you will be able to see where you are lacking. and quickly correct the problems.