Swimming is hard sport. Unlike most other sports where its all about hand eye coordination, or just raw power. There is a balance in swimming that makes it like no other sport. That and the training is both mentally and physically tough. At times you might feel like you will never get faster, or faster than the other kids. Its times like this when I really really wish I could ask questions to some of swimming's greatest to see what struggles they endured when they were growing up swimming. Because the fact is the greatest swimmers are glorified in way that makes lesser swimmers feel like they never struggled, and had personal best times every time they hit the water. Here are some of the top questions I woud like to ask Michael Phelps.
Age Group Swimming can be a lot of fun, but once you age up to 11-12, things can get depressing. Here is how you can deal with it, and what you should be doing for your swimmer.
This is a question I often hear from parents new to swimming. You will sometimes hear swimmers and their parents refer to a pool being fast. And at certain meets you might notice that some of the faster swimmers don't even bother to signup even though the pool might be less than a mile from their home.
My title might sound a little dramatic, and failure is probably too strong a word to describe the learning experience. Recently I got the chance to help my son learn from making poor choices. The best learning is not when the parent tells the kid you should have to done this. Its when you suggest another outcome and a light bulb goes off in the kids head, and they actively adjust their choices based on the previous poor choice.
One of the issues I have run into with my Pixel 5 Phone is it overheats when recording 4K 60 Video. I know some of you would just suggestion turn it to 30 FPS, or even go down to HD, but I didn't pay a small fortune for the latest from Google to not use 4K 60 video recording. After some research I found the Trick to making it work.
So its been just over 3 months since I switched from Google Fi to Verizon Wireless. One this is clear. There is a huge difference on Verizon. My entire life I have assumed the spotty coverage, dropped calls, poor audio quality, and inconsistent speeds were just a fact of life with cell phones. I didn't expect much more when I switched to Verizon, with the exception of a more expensive bill. Here are the results
Yes, Verizon costs more. But I am finding the biggest reason to move to verizon is one you only realize after you move, and its also one they don't mention in their marketing. Voice quality affects business relationships!
Recently I had to do this and it was a huge learning experience not just for me, but also for the Customer Support Reps at Verizon who some of which have been helping customers for over 5 years. If you are like me, and found the voice quality and reliability of Google Fi's Network to be terrible, and want to move to Verizon here are the steps you will have to go through to make it happen.
A few years ago I posted about switching to Google Fi, which is an MVNO carrier ( meaning they don't actually have any toweres of their own. The process was simple, and I was happy with the service. Until I wasn't. Now I just switched to Verizon. Here is my story and why many of you might be about to do the same.
Recently my son was editing some of his videos for youtube. He came to me with a problem. Vegas was crashing. It would lock up and then force close. I suspected It could be the Video card, or maybe a corrupt system file. Turns out it was just a corrupt index.