The New Toughness Training for Sports: Mental, Emotional, and Physical Conditioning from One of the World's Premier Sports Psychologists

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James E. Loehr
Plume, 1995 - Sports & Recreation - 204 pages
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For nearly a quarter of a century, top sports psychologist James E. Loehr has been training world-class athletes, from Olympic gold medalist speed-skater Dan Jansen to tennis stars Monica Seles and Jim Courier His bestselling book, Mental Toughness Training for Sports, is a classic. In The New Toughness Training for Sports, he offers a toughness program that allows you to play at the very top of your game--every time. You'll learn how to trigger you Ideal Performance State (IPS) on demand and gain the heightened physical, mental, and emotional mind-body toughness so vital to sports.

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The new toughness training for sports: mental, emotional, and physical conditioning from one of the world's premier sports psychologists

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Loehr has written a number of books on mental discipline (e.g., Toughness Training for Life, LJ 8/93) in the past ten years. Like the others, this is essentially a self-help book for athletes. As such ... Read full review

A great read for athletes

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Wonderful book give it to anyone! It is full of life lessons and inspiration for anyone and especially an athlete. Read full review



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JACK GROPPEL, Ph.D., is an internationally known speaker and business consultant. A pioneer in the development and employment of sport science training techniques and programs, he has a Ph.D. in physiology with a specialty in performance. He is a partner in LGE Performance Systems with James E. Loehr, bestselling author of Stress for Success.
BOB ANDELMAN is also the coauthor of Built from Scratch, The Profit Zone, and Mean Business.

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