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#FREE PDF ¸ Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel à In this brand new edition, updated with material on today s best athletes, a top sports psychologist reveals the mental strategies champions use to win in a variety of sports from cycling and skiing to golf and tennis Mental Training for Peak Performance teaches you that sweat isn t enough Before you can win on the track, court, links, or slopes, you have to win in your head Revised and updated for the first time since , famed sports psychologist Steven Ungerleider, PhD, looks at the mental aspect of sports performance today, revealing the mind exercises champion athletes use to outshine the competitionThe book provides detailed descriptions of mental techniques that work, explaining how to o build confidence with affirmations and self talko clear your mind with breathing and meditationo maximize performance with mental snapshotso improve your game with guided imageryo use visual rehearsal to fine tune your styleo tap in to the power of dreamsWith a new foreword by tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, who has trained Andre Agassi, the Williams sisters, and many other star players, this is an excellent resource and guide for athletes at every level who hope to gain a competitive edge through mental training Nothing new here. I cannot recommend reading this book Apart from the style that tends to build in name throwing and stressing the academic titles and sports accomplishments of researchers, the book presents very little useful information for athletes, trainers or for sports researchers The first half of the book can be summarized as Imaging is important The second half of the book provides some shallow stories of how a selected group of mostly well known athletes trained and competed I know that the topic I cannot recommend reading this book Apart from the style that tends to build in name throwing and stressing the academic titles and sports accomplishments of researchers, the book presents very little useful information for athletes, trainers or for sports researchers The first half of the book can be summarized as Imaging is important The second half of the book provides some shallow stories of how a selected group of mostly well known athletes trained and competed I know that the topic of mental training and preparing is crucial in ports, but this book does not bring that home Thought this was an interesting perspective The chapter about breathing, visualization and positive self talk I found helpful The athletes are a little dated but their mental preparedness tips were interesting for cycling I didn t read the other sports.