Inner tennis: playing the game

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Random House, Nov 12, 1976 - Sports & Recreation - 173 pages
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Detailed mental and physical exercises designed to help a player increase body awareness and improve concentration and rhythm demonstrate strategies for putting into practice the inner-game concept of tennis play

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Contents

An Introduction to Basic Principles
3
Leaving Your Mind and Coming to Your Senses
26
Overcoming Boredom
47
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About the author (1976)

W. Timothy Gallwey has been called the catalyst for the era of sports psychology. Since the publication of Inner Game books on tennis,
golf, and skiing, " inner skills are considered to be as important as technical skills by athletes and coaches. Gallwey is now a sought-after
speaker and seminar designer. He lives in Agoura Hills, California.
Dr. Robert Kriegel, a former all-American athlete, has coached both Olympic and professional athletes. The New York Times said his work " spurred a revolution in performance practices.    He is now a commentator on ESPN for the U.S. Professional Ski Team and on National Public Radio's Marketplace program and has recently done two specials for PBS.

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