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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One begins believing that he is not a good tennis player and then acts this role,
never allowing himself anything but glimpses of his true capabilities. Most players
hypnotize themselves into acting the roles of much worse players than they ...
It is true that competition for many is merely an arena for venting aggression; it is
taken as a proving ground for establishing who is the stronger, tougher or smarter
. Each imagines that by beating the other he has in some way established his ...
Being a teacher at the time , I was quick to think that since the wise man had
more to offer, the fool would benefit the most, but then I saw that the opposite was
in fact true. The fool is a fool because he doesn't know how to learn from his ...
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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