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Here's What an Olympic Athlete's Training Schedule Looks Like (Hint: It's Not Easy)
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Training for the Olympics is no joke, and few people have their formula down quite like swimmer Natalie Coughlin. The 12-time Olympic medalist knows a thing or two about consistency, as she's been competing (and winning) for about two decades. This year, she's gearing up for the Summer 2016 Olympics in hopes of qualifying for Team USA yet again via the trials, so she's got quite a busy training schedule.

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