If you want to be good at something, you have to practice consistently and frequently. Take someone like Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps, for example. Phelps’s coach said he did not miss a practice from age eleven through sixteen. He even practiced on Christmas morning (Royan Kamyar, “What I Learned: Over 50 Olympic Athletes’ Daily Routines,” OWaves, March 21, 2018, https://owaves.com/what-i-learned-from-researching-50-olympians/). For successful people like Michael Phelps, swimming was not a hobby—it was a lifestyle.
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