Her example should make the rest of us ask ourselves: so, what’s MY excuse?
With this virus sweeping the globe, the Olympics may not be going forward this year. But that doesn’t mean athletes will stop training.
Unless you have your own Olympic-sized private pool, training for competitive swimmers can get a little tricky right now.
This is where determination and imagination come together.
This Russian Olympic medallist, Julia Evimova, discovered that all she really needs is a kitchen counter, a counterweight for her feet, and a rolled-up towel, and she’s got her own ‘virtual’ pool to train in.
Olympic swimmer Julia Evimova training at home. Unreal level of core strength ?
— 7Olympics (@7olympics) April 21, 2020
That’s some epic stuff, right there.
Of course, all the rest of us are using the time off to maximize our ‘home gym’ workouts too.
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