Posts Tagged ‘competition’

FINA Worlds- A Masters Perspective

I am super excited to have a guest post from members of the Vancouver Masters Synchro Club. I loved seeing all their posts on Instagram from Worlds in the picturesque Budapest and thought I would love to hear about their journey. Enjoy! My name is Jordan and I’ve been the head coach at Vancouver Masters Synchro since…

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10 Things to Consider Post-Competition

  So many of you just had a competition. I bet there are so many ideas running through your head. Some are great ideas and others may just be reactions to what your saw your competitors doing. I want to help guide you to making the most out of this next week by giving a…

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The Competition Warm-up

I struggled a bit with what to write about this week, but after being to some competitions over the last month I thought I should discuss the competition warm-up.  Just to make sure we are all talking about the same thing, I am referring to the warm-up a team has just prior to competing.  The…

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Choreography Post-Competition

  Most of you have been to at least one routine competition this year or you are heading into one, so I thought it was perfect timing to talk about what do you with your routine choreography following a competition. The theme is letting go. It’s my opinion that most of us coaches become too…

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23 Things to Consider in Preparation for a Competition

For most of you, the competition phase has begun and with that is competition planning. The importance of training like you want to perform really hit me today as I was training for the marathon I am competing in this June. Today, I wore a tank top and changed my deodorant.  Seems inconsequential, but in…

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