Mini Course: How to Throw More Strikes with Sport Psychology & Self-Hypnosis

Much like nearly every other sport, baseball is a mental battle. Yes, it requires talented physical attributes, but at the same time, you need to be mentally strong. The instructor of this course, Dr. Jay P. Granat, has experience working with all athletes, whether it be golfers, tennis players or baseball athletes. All of these different types of athletes are faced with mental challenges throughout each and every match.

Highlights include:

  • A brief overview of the qualifications Granat has in this industry.
  • Discussion with baseball players on their personal opinions of the mental aspect of the game.
  • Exercise taking a deeper, hands-on look at the topic.

Why You Should Purchase this Course?

Baseball pitchers need to be mentally prepared for every pitch they throw. Failure to do this can quickly result in a loss of momentum. Dr. Granat is one of the most respected minds in the psychotherapy realm and has direct experience dealing with athletes. Even at the Major League level, we see pitchers struggle largely due to the mental side of things. They may have a terrific arsenal of pitches, but nonetheless get beat in the mind battle. This free course will allow you to begin to witness why Granat has been recommended by athletes from a wide array of sports and how it can help your own game.

Book the full course here - https://coachtube.com/course/baseball/how-to-throw-more-strikes-with-sport-psychology-self-hypnosis

DrJayGranat Dr. Jay Granat Psychotherapist & Founder of StayInTheZone.com

Dr. Jay P. Granat is a psychotherapist with 24 years of clinical experience. He has coached thousands of golfers, tennis players, baseball players, basketball players, martial artists, bowlers, fencers, football players, boxers and figure skaters. His clients have included professional athletes, student-athletes, doctors, lawyers, salespeople, traders and some America’s largest corporations. The founder of www.StayInTheZone.com, Granat has written several books and has lectured extensively on performance enhancement. He is Past Vice-President of the New York Society for Ericksonian Psychotherapy and Hypnosis and a university professor. He has been featured in many major media outlets including Good Morning America, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The BBC And Sports Illustrated. Golf Digest name him one of America’s Top Mental Gurus.

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Daniel Jenkins

Not really for coaches of younger players
Apr 15, 16 10:59 PM