Do you (or your child) love sports?
Do you find yourself losing to players you should beat?
Does your performance go down when you feel a lot of pressure?
Would you like to learn how to avoid choking, get mentally tough and find your zone?
This 70 minute course will show you what top athletes do to perform their best when the pressure is on. You will also hear from a sports psychiatrist, a sports psychology consultant and several researchers who conducted interviews with more than 160 top athletes from virtually every sport.
You will even learn how surgeons, attorneys and soldiers stay tough when they are under intense pressure.
So, if you want to get mental toughness tips from people who know how to get in the zone and stay there, this is the program for you, your child or your team.
|2||What is Choking 02:11|
|3||Stories from Athletes Who Have Experienced Choking 16:59|
|4||Causes for Choking 01:29|
|5||What is Mental Toughness 21:27|
|6||Learning to Preservere and Love the Challenge 06:29|
|7||What is The Zone 02:14|
|8||How You Can Get In The Zone 06:03|
|9||Reaching Your Fullest Potential 02:18|
|10||Visualizing Success 00:46|
|11||Symptoms and Causes of Choking 01:41|
|12||Stories from Athletes In The Zone 06:25|
|13||How to Find More Information 02:16|
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 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 named him one of America’s Top Mental Gurus.
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