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Please rate - Inner Game of Tennis Mental Side of Peak Perf

Post by kajmk » August 10th, 2012, 11:18 pm

Member - spmcgivern recommended this book to another member in post
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This was an excellent "outside the box" recommendation.
This book has 111 user reviews on Amazon.
I'm only editorializing because it's not a bowling book per se, but this one belongs on every serious competitors book shelf no matter what sports they play.


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The Inner Game of Tennis: The Classic Guide to the Mental Side of Peak Performance
by W. Timothy Gallwey, Zach Kleiman and Pete Carroll (May 27, 1997)


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Re: Please rate - Inner Game of Tennis Mental Side of Peak

Post by spmcgivern » May 7th, 2013, 1:51 pm

Thanks for adding this book to the library for review. The current state of bowling or "modern bowling" has made a lot of the instructional information obsolete. It is unfortunate because the dwindling popularity has reduced the likelihood of new books in the future. Thankfully, Mark Baker has put his vast knowledge into book form for today's game. What sets Gallwey's book apart is it works no matter how much the physical game changes. The mental side of sports may eventually change, but for now, no other book performs as well as "The Inner Game of Tennis" for developing the mental aspect of competition.

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