I wanted to write this book to give hope and motivation to those who think they should be doing sports, but for one reason or another they haven’t successfully begun. In a practical and ironic style, I told how, from total inactivity, I succeeded in reaching competitive levels, staying highly motivated, even after the bitterest losses.
Here’s the reason why, in addition to my personal story, I wanted to insert a substantial analytical-motivational section, complete with examples, anecdotes and practical exercises.
I like to say that finally a book has been written by a common swimming pool participant, who, for health reasons, found himself having to learn to swim as a grown up, facing the typical sports learning difficulties faced by adults.
“How I Got Fit By Learning to Swim” is a varied book, funny and, most of all, useful.