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Wayne Goldsmith on writing a workout, commitment, and coaching confidence

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Date 06.01.2022
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Description Wayne Goldsmith is an author, educator, mentor and podcaster. In the mid-90's he developed and managed the National Sports science / sports medicine program for Swimming Australia. He spent loads of time working with the likes of John Carew, Gennadi Touretski, Bill Sweetenham, Don Talbot and more. He has worked with the United States Olympic Committee, Sydney Roosters NRL, Tennis Australia, Australian Rugby Union/Wallabies, Singapore Sports Council, Swimming South Africa, and more. Subscribe to Wayne's podcast entitled, "Sports Thoughts", to hear more topics on how to become a better coach. Episode timeline: 00:00 Destro Swim Towers; 00:20 Hello Wayne Goldsmith; 07:20 Writing, Recording, Sharing; 11:20 Writing a Workout; 14:00 John Carew & Kieren Perkins; 17:37 Swimnerd Live Results; 18:12 Commitment with David Marsh; 24:21 Swimming with Intent; 31:07 Superior Swim Timing; 31:45 Myth of Technical Perfection; 43:05 Swim Angelfish; 43:44 Coaching Confidence; 01:02:40 Bratter PA Immigration Law
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