From Hero to Zero to Hero (The Underdog Series, Book 3)
Second Chance Swim Coach illustrates the influence swim coaches have on those they coach. On the one hand, they must demand excellence, while on the other, nurture self-belief, so swimmers blossom at the moment as well as later in life. Sadly, this critical balance can go off-kilter, where “swimming needs” trump human needs. In this story, Coach Carlos realizes the errors of his ways and spends the balance of his life making up for lost time. Paperback. 60 pages.
Suzy the Queen of Butterfly (The Underdog Series, Book 2)
Many swimmers fear the butterfly, believing it’s the hardest stroke of all to swim. In Suzy the Queen of Butterfly, Olympic Coach Nick Baker tells a story of a young girl who proved otherwise. While physically disadvantaged, she achieved stunning results due to a tenacious mindset refusing to quit, no matter the hurdle. Time and time again, Suzy battled back until claiming the title “Queen of Butterfly.” The book’s positive message conveys to the reader that success in life comes from one’s inner strength and the will to fight on! Paperback. 58 pages.
An Inspirational Story About a Boy’s Struggles and His Path to Swimming Victory! (The Underdog Series, Book 1)
In 𝘓𝘪𝘢𝘮 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘓𝘪𝘰𝘯, Olympic Coach Nick Baker details the life of a young swimmer who’s intense love for swimming trumps all. Although Liam endures difficult times along the way, his courage and conviction lead him to ultimate victory. His story is the perfect antidote for those who find themselves facing overwhelming odds. The book’s positive message will leave the reader filled with newfound hope and inspiration. Paperback. 58 pages.
Coach Baker challenges swimmers to create change in a BIG WAY to achieve the results they desire! A swimmer who improves their mental outlook can enhance their level of swimming performance to one degree or another. The same holds true for technique or fitness. But when a swimmer focuses on boosting all three at once, the paradigm shifts and EXCELLENCE happens! Coach Baker states, “To thrive and survive in the demanding sport of swimming, a swimmer must become the ‘driver of their dream’ and push for exponential growth no matter what the circumstances!” Paperback. 60 pages.
Olympic Coach Nick Baker has added another gem to his motivational Swimmer Series. Among all the factors that determine success in goal setting, self-worth is the single most influential. You must first feel important before you can achieve important things in your swimming life. This superb book teaches how to build that feeling and find the inner “magic” that lies within you. Paperback: 144 pages.
Written by Olympic Coach Nick Baker, this motivational book identifies 101 winning attitudes common to all great, world-class swimmers. Each winning attitude is described with an easy-to-remember phrase and simple imagery to enhance visualization. It’s a must-read for swimmers of all ages! Paperback. 108 pages.
Coach Nick Baker’s most popular book is an innovative and essential guide to achieving superior mental, technical, and physical fitness in one of the world’s greatest sports. Whether you’re a coach or a swimmer, Olympic Coach Nick Baker’s wholly integrated approach can help you maximize your true potential. In this book Coach Baker offers proven, results-oriented methods for gaining—and keeping—a competitive edge! Paperback. 326 pages.
Olympic Coach Nick Baker has dedicated this book to serious swimmers striving for peak performance. The tremendous how-to pocket guide identifies 17 limiting factors that handicap swimming performance and how to overcome them. If identified early, these factors are within the swimmer’s power to change! Paperback. 118 pages.
Olympic Coach Nick Baker shares pearls of wisdom gleaned from coaching for more than forty years and provides parents with essential inside swimming knowledge geared to maximizing their child’s swimming experience. Coach Baker sheds light on many unanswered questions parents have about swimming, and guides them in making the right decisions for their child. Paperback. 124 pages.