How The Olympic Games Inspire Our Youth to Follow Their Dreams
This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/P&G. All opinions are my own.
Growing up, I loved to go swimming! I took swim lessons from our local YMCA and swam in our local pool where we lived every chance I got. Our kids are no different. They love to be in the water! Swimming, doing cannon balls, diving for things…you name it and if it involves swimming, they love it!
Watching the Olympic Games always helps contribute to their love and excitement for swimming. We love to see the amazing athletes swimming like powerhouses and earning medals. It’s a pretty awesome and inspirational thing for people of all ages! Like anything, with our kids, swimming in the beginning was a scary feat to accomplish. However, just like with the Olympic Games, with a lot of hard work and practice, our kids have become pretty dang good swimmers! One of our favorite Olympians is David Boudia.
We can support our athletes by watching the Rio 2016 Olympic Games with our families and offering up encouragement to our athletes through social media. We can also support The Olympic Games by shopping for P&G brands at Walmart to support Team USA. As part of this campaign, we received a sample of the Head & Shoulders® Classic Clean Shampoo – great for washing hair and getting the chlorine out of hair after a long day of swimming. Here are some of the features of Head & Shoulders® Classic Clean Shampoo:
- Leaves hair manageable and 100% flake free*. (*Visible flakes; with regular use.)
- Packed with 7 benefits: Fights dry scalp, calms itchy scalp**, relieves irritation**, reduces redness**, great scent, controls flaky scalp**, and leaves hair looking great. ( **Associated with dandruff.)
P&G products are available at Walmart for an everyday low price. Let’s power their dreams. Buy the brands that support Team USA by shopping for P&G products at Walmart.
What is your favorite P&G product? What is your favorite sport during the Olympic Games? How do you inspire your children to Power Their Dreams?