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Monday
Mar052012

Workbook Release

Core Mental Skills for TennisI am very excited to announce that my mental-game-for-tennis workbook "Core Mental Skills for Tennis" has been finished and is now available for sale on lulu.com. There are two versions, a PDF-eBook and a hard copy paperback that includes a section of worksheets for tracking goals and match-to-match experiences. If you don't have a notebook for recording your what happened in your matches, I recommend the hard copy. It should be tough enough to last in your tennis bag for at least the 10 matches it's designed to help you track. 

I am really excited about the book because I know it has practical value for any tennis player trying to build a stronger mental game. The skills and vocabulary presented in the book are truly the foundational skills for building a mental game. I'm excited about how it will help people and for the questions and conversations it will start. Incidentally, I'm working on the second volume in the series, which will help develop these skills further, and introduce a few higher-level techniques. I welcome your questions and comments.

Core Mental Skills for Tennis (Soft Cover)

Core Mental Skills for Tennis (eBook)

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