Coaching the Mental Game
Leadership Philosophies and Strategies for Peak Performance in Sports and Everyday Life
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|Format:||Paperback / softback, 361 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 25 October 2005|
Coaching the Mental Game is a bible for coaches who strive to make their athletes the most complete performers possible. Not only a wonderful asset to athletic coaches, this book is a motivational resource for workers in all industries as well as in the game of life.
About the Author
H.A. Dorfman was a noted sports psychologist as well as a sports psychology counselor with the Scott Boras Agency. Recognized as a leading sports psychologist across the world, Dorfman was also a columnist and freelance journalist with articles appearing in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, and The Miami Herald. He has authored three other books:The Mental Game of Baseball, The Mental ABC's of Pitching, and The Mental Keys to Hitting.
Recommended for sports collections. Library Journal Dorfman, who is recognized worldwide in the area of sports psychology, does an outstanding job of breaking down the many areas of coaching philosophies and strategies. The person who reads this book will gain a greater understandingof what makes coaches (and players) tick. It's a must for all coaches-from the rookie coach to the coach who has been around the game for many years. -- Scott Lynn, KEX Radio Portland World-renowned sports psychologist Dorfman adapts his mental insights to guide team leaders and coaches, no matter what the playing field. Spartanburg Herald-Journal
|Publisher: ||Taylor Trade Publishing|
|Dimensions: ||22.66 x 15.09 x 2.82 centimetres (0.49 kg)|