After winning medals at the World Championships, Goodwill Games, and the World Cup, qualifying at the Olympic trials, and swimming at the collegiate level, I got into an accident that injured my back and ended my career as I knew it. I knew that I could get back into it and knew that with hard work I could fulfill my dreams. I was introduced to ASEA and I noticed it totally changed my training. I was able to do more sprints and recover faster and my times in the meets were significantly faster than I thought they were going to be. I did a meet last year, and this year I was 5 seconds faster than I was last year. The 100 meter back is a sprint, so 5 seconds is huge.
I notice that with ASEA I am able to swim faster. I broke 2 national records, and was very close to the world record My training consists of sprints and recovery, interval training, and I noticed that with ASEA I’m able to do more of that and swim faster and more consistently. With ASEA I know that I can swim faster and it’s nice to know that PhDs who conduct ASEA research agree with me.
With ASEA I have noticed my training and my times in my meets have improved significantly, and learning about the research behind ASEA I know that it boosts my confidence and reinforces what I already know.