Burnout On The Burning Deck: When Fatigue Flows To The Day Falling Down

Slippery slope to burnout - the swimmer is not alone, the coach can experience it, too - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Olympic season. Lights, action, the world tunes in to singular moments of sporting excellence and achievement. Spills, thrills, smiles and tears – and when its done, the world moves on, swimming among those sports that slides back down the spectrum of media exposure. Behind the scenes: burnout. No, not the swimmer – the coach. Assistant Professor Marte Bentzen explains

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Olympic season. Lights, action, the world tunes in to singular moments of sporting excellence and achievement. Spills, thrills, smiles and tears – and when its done, the world moves on, swimming among those sports that slides back down the spectrum of media exposure. Behind the scenes: burnout. No, not the swimmer – the coach. Assistant Professor Marte Bentzen explains

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