HOW CHAMPIONS THINK IN SPORTS AND IN LIFE

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How Champions Think

Author : Bob Rotella
ISBN : 9781476788647
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 57.40 MB
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A "guide to success in all aspects of life-- not just sports-- from business to relationships to personal challenges of every variety"--Amazon.com.
Category: Psychology

Lacrosse

Author : Gary Wiener
ISBN : 9781534561182
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 36.7 MB
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Lacrosse is quickly becoming one of the most popular sports played by young men and women in North America. In order to fully understand this exciting sport and play it safely and successfully, it helps to have a strong understanding of the science behind it. Readers discover the ways science, technology, engineering, and math are used together on the lacrosse field. This engaging take on familiar STEM topics is sure to delight readers who are sports fans. The fact-filled main text is enhanced by the use of accessible diagrams, fun fact boxes, informative sidebars, and exciting photographs of lacrosse games.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Samuel Eto O Fils At The University Of Success

Author : Vivien Youmbi
ISBN : 9781524548230
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 75.29 MB
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Understanding the Psychology of Sports Elites through Samuel Etoo Fils by Vivien Youmbi is, finally, a book that explains why they do what they do and behave the way they behave!
Category: Sports & Recreation

Soul Food

Author : Dan Clark
ISBN : 9780757317262
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 67.46 MB
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Since the beginning, stories have been the primary tool used to pass down valuable lessons learned by the generations before us. These lessons help to guide us through challenges faced today. New York Times bestselling author Dan Clark has masterfully combined many of these life lessons into the pages of Soul Food: Stories to Keep You Mentally Strong, Emotionally Awake, and Ethically Straight. When asked if the stories are true, Clark writes, 'Yes. They are true to principles, they are true to heart, they are true to the soul.' Each one is written with a purpose—a lesson for those who are seeking to grow from their experiences, rather than falter through their pain. Soul Food fills readers with a steady diet of love, support, concern, and counsel. In this wonderfully crafted book, Clark touches upon the importance of understanding, self-worth, service, perspective, communication, commitment, and love, just to name a few. Whether through learning about a little girl who arrives home late from school because she stayed behind to help a friend cry, or an eighty-seven-year-old college student named Rose, each story will elicit a pause—a brief moment to reflect and to personalize the message conveyed. These stories will captivate readers' hearts and nourish their souls.
Category: Self-Help

The Young Champion S Mind

Author : Jim Afremow
ISBN : 9781635650563
Genre : Young Adult Nonfiction
File Size : 39.26 MB
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Award-winning coach and sports psychologist Jim Afremow has helped everyone from Olympians to professional athletes train their mind, body, and spirit. Now, in this new young adult edition of his highly praised The Champion’s Mind, Dr. Afremow is helping student athletes do—and feel—their best. Whether you are striving to balance your school and sports accomplishments, or just get that extra edge in your sport, his sage advice will be a much-needed guide in helping you navigate the field—or rink or court. New additions to The Young Champion’s Mind include such topics as:- Tips on how to get in a “zone,” thrive on a team, and stay humble- How to progress within a sport and sustain excellence long-term- Customizable pre-performance routines to hit full power when the gun goes off or the puck is dropped
Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Where A Man Stands

Author : Carter Paysinger
ISBN : 9781476711416
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 35.56 MB
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When Beverly Hills High School welcomed a skinny boy from the other side of the tracks, no one knew just how life-changing the decision would be, not just for Carter Paysinger but for all of Beverly Hills. Carter grew up hearing his parents say, “Don’t just strive to be good. Always strive to be great.” He dreamed of finding greatness in playing professional baseball or becoming a black Donald Trump, but fate had different plans and, ultimately, he found his calling as a teacher and coach at the school that once embraced him, becoming a rock for the innumerable kids who came seeking an ear to listen or a shoulder to cry on. One such kid, a scrappy Jewish boy from a prominent family, would change the course of Carter’s life. His name was Steven Fenton. Twenty years later, as Beverly Hills High fell into disarray—with principals hired and fired and families fleeing the school—as well as his own life coming apart, Carter ran into Steven Fenton again. Together, they found renewed passion and hope to fight for their school and test the limits of what community means. But when Steven convinced Carter to throw his hat into the ring as principal, the progressive Beverly Hills suddenly thought that its winningest and most beloved coach didn’t fit the profile for the Beverly Hills image. It was the beginning of a long road, but Carter could hear his father saying, “Don’t listen to those voices. Do what you have to do.” Filled with hope, triumph, and the struggles that come to define us, Where a Man Stands is a beautiful fish-out-of-water story about the families formed in unlikely places and how, in the end, where you stand, and with whom, and for what, matters as much as anything.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Puppies For Sale And Other Inspirational Tales

Author : Dan Clark
ISBN : 155874469X
Genre : Religion
File Size : 28.77 MB
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Collects over two hundred of the author's best motivational stories, on such topics as understanding, parenting, laughter, heroes, teaching, love, and leadership
Category: Religion