The inner game of tennis
Random House, 1 maj 1974 - 141 sidor
Concentrates upon overcoming mental attitudes that adversely affect tennis performance learning to relax, effectively concentrate, and discard bad habits
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What is important to see here is that neither the "goodness" nor "badness"
ascribed to the event by the players is an attribute of the shot itself. Rather, they
are evaluations added to the event in the minds of the players according to their ...
Then, "I'm a lousy tennis player," and finally, "I'm no good." First the mind judges
the event, then groups events, then identifies with the combined event, and finally
judges itself. As a result, what usually happens is that these self-judgments ...
If you view some events as positive, it becomes psychologically impossible not to
see others as negative. The mind only adds positive and negative attributes to
events when it is not satisfied to see things as they are. Such a mind distorts ...
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LibraryThing ReviewAnvändarrecension - Oliver-Eisler - LibraryThing
This book isn’t a routine pep talk. It’s an entertaining and practical discussion of how the mind affects athletic performance. Highly readable and engaging! Läs hela recensionen
Decent BookAnvändarrecension - barrydalmi - Overstock.com
This is a good well written book. It is better for a relatively advanced player as it doesnt so much deal with strokesstrategy but more your own approach to the game. It takes a little selfexamination and soul searching to actually Use what you might pick up from the book. A good read. Läs hela recensionen