THE MENTAL ABCS OF PITCHING

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The Mental Abcs Of Pitching

Author : H.A. Dorfman
ISBN : 9781630761851
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Author H.A. Dorfman brings his years of expertise as instructor/counselor with the A's, Marlins, and Devil Rays to provide an easy-to-use, A-to-Z handbook which will give insight and instruction on how to pitch to peak performance at every level of the game. Perfect for pitchers who need that extra edge or hitters who want to better understand the mental moves on the mound.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Ideas Que Pegan

Author : Chip Heath
ISBN : 9788483566183
Genre : Business & Economics
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Chip Heath y Dan Heath explican por qué algunas ideas sobreviven y otras mueren.
Category: Business & Economics

Coaching The Mental Game

Author : H. A. Dorfman
ISBN : 9781630761899
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 41.9 MB
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Whoever claims winning isn't everything obviously has not spoken with an athletic coach.Coaching the Mental Game offers coaches of all sports a definitive volume for effectively understanding an athlete's mental awareness, which in turn will help drive success. Author H.A. Dorfman details appropriate coaching strategies aimed at perfecting the player's mental approach to performance. Coaching the Mental Game will become the Bible for coaches who strive to make their athletes the most complete performers possible. Not only a wonderful asset to athletic coaches, this book will also prove to be a motivational resource for workers in all industries as well as in the game of life.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Mental Keys To Hitting

Author : H.A. Dorfman
ISBN : 9781630761875
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 86.59 MB
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A must-have book by acclaimed author and expert H.A. Dorfman that highlights the crucial mental components involved in hitting a baseball and playing the game, components that are as important, if not more so, than the intense physical regimen of an athlete.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Mental Game Of Baseball

Author : H. A. Dorfman
ISBN : 9781888698541
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 31.86 MB
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In this book, authors H.A. Dorfman and Karl Kuehl present their practical and proven strategy for developing the mental skills needed to achieve peack performance at every level of the game.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Copying It Down

Author : H.A. Dorfman
ISBN : 0761847561
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This book, the second of three volumes, is the story of Harvey Dorfman, who rose from a childhood sickbed to experience a numerous successes in the world of sports. Dorfman has been a teacher, coach, counselor, and a consultant in sport psychology.
Category: Sports & Recreation

501 Baseball Books Fans Must Read Before They Die

Author : Ron Kaplan
ISBN : 9780803240735
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 34.36 MB
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Propounding his “small ball theory” of sports literature, George Plimpton proposed that “the smaller the ball, the more formidable the literature.” Of course he had the relatively small baseball in mind, because its literature is formidable—vast and varied, instructive, often wildly entertaining, and occasionally brilliant. From this bewildering array of baseball books, Ron Kaplan has chosen 501 of the best, making it easier for fans to find just the books to suit them (or to know what they’re missing). From biography, history, fiction, and instruction to books about ballparks, business, and rules, anyone who loves to read about baseball will find in this book a companionable guide, far more fun than a reference work has any right to be.
Category: Literary Criticism

Just Tell Me I Can T

Author : Jamie Moyer
ISBN : 9781455521593
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 59.82 MB
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Long-time fans of the National Pastime have known Moyer's name for more than 25 years. That's because he's been pitching in the bigs for all those years. With his trademark three pitches - slow, slower, and slowest - the left-handed Moyer is a pinpoint specialist whose won-lost record actually got better as he got older -- from his 20s to his 30s and into 40s. He's only a few wins shy of 300 for his amazing career. But this is where the book takes an unusual turn. Moyer was just about finished as a big leaguer in his mid-20s until he fatefully encountered a gravel-voiced, highly confrontational sports psychologist named Harvey Dorfman. Listening to the "in-your-face" insights of Dorfman, Moyer began to re-invent himself and reconstruct his approach to his game. Moyer went on to become an All-Star and also a World Series champion. Yogi Berra once observed that "Half of this game is 90% mental." And Moyer's memoir proves it.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Each Branch Each Needle

Author : H.A. Dorfman
ISBN : 0761850759
Genre : Literary Collections
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This book is the story of Harvey Dorfman, who rose from a childhood sickbed to experience numerous successes in the world of sports. Dorfman has been a teacher, coach, counselor, and a consultant in sport psychology. This third and last volume of a trilogy closes in 2010.
Category: Literary Collections

The Best Pitcher In Baseball

Author : Robert Charles Cottrell
ISBN : 9780814772362
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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When Rube Foster was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1981, his rightful place alongside baseball's greatest black heroes was at last firmly established. A world-class pitcher, a formidable manager, and a brilliant administrator, Rube Foster was arguably more influential in breaking down the color barrier in major league baseball than the venerable Jackie Robinson. Born in 1879, Rube Foster pitched for the legendary black baseball teamsthe Cuban X-Giants and the Philadelphia Giants before becoming player-manager of the Leland Giants and the Chicago American Giants. Long a central figure in black baseball, he founded baseball's first black leaguethe Negro National League in 1920. From its inception, the Negro League served as a vehicle through which many of the finest black players could showcase their considerable talents. Challenging racial discrimination and stereotypes, it ultimately set the stage for future efforts to contest Jim Crow. Despite the long-standing success of the Negro National League as an influential black institution, Rube Foster was deeply embittered by organized baseball's unmitigated refusal to lift the color barrier. He died a broken man in 1930. The Best Pitcher in Baseball is the story of a man of unparalleled vision and organizational acumen whose passion for justice changed the face of baseball forever. It is a moving tribute to a man and his dream.
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