Olympic swimmer Katrina Radke discusses The AIM Program and how she healed herself of chronic fatigue and went from invalid to a top-ranked swimmer in less than 2 years.
"I started my international swimming career for the United States at age 14 when I was the youngest national team member to compete in 1985. And assuming that I go to Athens this summer and compete in the Olympic games I’ll be the oldest member ever to swim for the United States at age 33."
"From my perspective as Trina’s coach, what The AIM Program has enabled her to do is nothing short of miraculous; Number 1, you don’t go from not training for 10 years and then make a serious run at an Olympic team, let alone having had to recover from a serious illness like chronic fatigue, where it was almost impossible for her to walk up a couple of flights of stairs. She had disabled parking, I mean she was basically an invalid; And to go from being an invalid to a world ranked swimmer again in a year and ½ of training is nothing short of a miracle; It’s really amazing!"
"I’ve already been successful, because I was so sick, and I’ve already being able to come back and get to the world class level; That no matter what happens it’s going to be like icing on the cake."
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