Elite athletes dream of winning Gold at the Olympic Games!
It’s the opportunity to represent your country on the world’s biggest stage. There is Gold in every human body, 0.2 milligrams to be exact. It’s in our bones, it’s in our bloodstream, but the highest concentration is in our heart. While we may not be competing in Rio, we all still aspire to achieve our dreams!
“You can’t put a limit on anything, the more you dream, the farther you’ll get” – Michael Phelps
Michael Phelps’s unprecedented drive for Olympic glory finished with more Gold in Rio. His efforts capped off a stunning career with Olympic accolades that will not be replicated in our lifetime. As incredible as his accomplishments were in the pool, the glory he achieved is not just reserved to those at the top of the podium.
There is no doubt that dedication, hard work and perseverance conceive the greatest athletic performances of all time, but also the most inspiring achievements across humanity.
What is a Gold Medal Moment?
A Gold Medal Moment can be any goal you wish to achieve. It’s something that you work towards everyday. It’s diverse, attainable and unique to the individual who will benefit most from its accomplishment.
This concept is not limited to purely athletic endeavors. It could be anything from improving your best time or losing weight. There is no limit to what you can achieve, and I strongly believe that everyone has a milestone worth sharing. These moments are timeless, they challenge boundaries, and most importantly they push our perspective of what we think is possible.
At MySwimPro, we’re helping people around the world achieve their Gold Medal Moments like never before! I’m inspired every day by the stories we’ve heard from our community, and as I watch the Olympic Games I am enthused by the stories of not just the Olympic Heroes, but also the lives they inspire around the world!
There is Gold within all of us. It’s in our DNA, it’s in our soul, and it’s our job to unearth it!
What are some Gold Medal Moments that have shaped your life?