Ready to take ownership of your swimming?
This is a personal toolbox for your season
Goals come in all shapes and sizes, but they don’t come with directions. This book was written so swimmers could create a roadmap for success each season by tracking times, training and progress towards season and career goals. Swimmers take ownership of your swimming by writing down what you want to accomplish and develop a plan of action on how to get there. Experience the power of having a plan and tracking your progress.
—Author, Aimee Schmitt
G.O.A.L. Strategies™—Get Organized About LIfe
This new updated version of the ultimate swim log has expanded each concept to provide an even more interactive swimmer resource.
Use the 5-tabbed sections to record times, track progress and plan goals.
*Created by former USA Swimming National Team Member, Stanford National Championship Team Member, and avid believer in goal planning.
What Swimmers Are Saying:
“I like using the visualization pages and putting my exact goal times in the scoreboard.” —Matt V.
“This book is the perfect way to quickly see my times and check goal times before a meet.” —Gaby C.
“Using this logbook has helped me plan how to reach my goals with my coach.” —Andrea Y.
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