"You're only as good as your next race. It doesn't matter if the previous race was really good or really bad, because if you keep thinking about it you won't be fully prepared to do your best for the next race."
Aaron Greenberg, a 3-time Ivy League Champion and 2-time NCAA Qualifier at Yale University. Aaron, a sprint freestyler, currently swims and competes under 2016 US Olympic Coach David Marsh for Team Elite of San Diego. Currently, Aaron resides in New York City, where he trains as well as works on Wall Street for one of the largest banks in the United States. Aaron has been swimming competitively for over 18 years, and loves racing to this day.
3x Ivy League Champion
First Team All-Ivy
Aaron was the top 50 Freestyler in the Ivy League in both 2017 and 2018, garnering First Team All-Ivy honors.
4x Pool Record Holder
Aaron holds the pool record in the 50 Freestyle in 4 out of the 8 Ivy League pools.
World Class Master Swimmer
Aaron get up at 5 AM, trains for 10-15 hours per week, does dry-land and will lift weights 2 times per week.
BIO: AARON GREENBERG
I have been swimming competitively since I was five years old, with swimming still being my biggest passion. My college career at Yale, and now my pro swimming career, have been largely successful because of how conscious I am about nutrition. This starts with P2Life's products, which I have been taking since high school. P2Life makes the best protein power (NutriBoost) and Multi-Vitamins, designed specifically for swimmers. Currently, my best event is the 50 Freestyle, which is the event I am attempting to qualify for the Olympics in. I currently represent the Israeli National Team.