Archive | November, 2007

How To Choosed The Right Basketball Program For Your Child

Does your son or daughter love hoops?  Are you hoping for a basketball scholarship? Do you think your youngster can play pro ball?  Well, if you want your child to reach his potential in the sport of basketball, you need to find the right coach, the right program,  and the right staff to cultivate his […]

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George Foreman Gives An Inspiring Talk On Motivation For Athletes And Non-Athletes

        Since I am very interested in human potential and in personal growth,  I recently attended a motivational lecture given by George Foreman, the former heavyweight champion of the world.          Many years ago, I wrote a few articles about George Foreman’s fight with Muhammad Ali, so I was quite curious to hear what […]

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Sports Psychology: George Foreman On Motivation

Since I am very interested in human potential and in personal growth,I recently attended a motivational lecture given by George Foreman, the formerheavyweight champion of the world.   Many years ago, I wrote a few articles about George Foreman’s fight withMuhammad Ali, so I was quite curious to hear what he had to say in […]

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George Foreman, Motivation And Sports Psychology

              Since I am very interested in human potential and in personal growth,  I recently attended a motivational lecture given by George Foreman, the former heavyweight champion of the world.          Many years ago, I wrote a few articles about George Foreman’s fight with Muhammad Ali, so I was quite curious […]

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Sports Psychology, George Foreman On Motivation, Optimism-Dr. Jay P. Granat

Just Get Up   Since I am very interested in human potential and in personal growth,I recently attended a motivational lecture given by George Foreman, the formerheavyweight champion of the world. Many years ago, I wrote a few articles about George Foreman’s fight withMuhammad Ali, so I was quite curious to hear what he had […]

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How To Break Out Of A Hitting Slump

This spring, for some reason, I counseled lots of baseball players.  Their main complaints centered around hitting and around being in a slump.  Consequently, I am planning some seminars on how to end a slump with sports psychology techniques.  Players, coaches and parents who want to to attend this seminar can e-mail me at info@stayinthezone.com […]

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Sports Psychology: The New York Times Interview

I have gotten a number of requests for reprints of The Sunday New York Times piece about me.  Here is the link to that piece: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/08/05/sports/05minds.html?_r=2&oref=slogin&oref=slogin

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Sports Psychology: The Mental Side Of Bowling-PBA Testimonial

I have counseled a lot of bowlers over the years.   Here is  a recent note from a member of the PBA who apparently got alot of help from the Stay In The Zone program: JUST  RECENTLY ORDERED YOUR CD COURSE….STAY IN THE ZONE…..I CAN SEE THE RESULTS CAN BE ENDLESS WITH THESE NEW IDEAS……..IF YOU […]

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The Stay In The Zone CD Program-Testimonial

Athletes and non athletes use the Stay In The Zone Program to improve their performances in a wide array of settings.  The product is available at:  http://www.stayinthezone.com/get_stay.htm  Here is a recent letter from a satisfied client:   April 1, 2007  Dear Jay,  I had while preparing for one of my many sales workshops that I’ve […]

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Sports Psychology: What Really Makes A Great Quarterback?

Some of the qualities of great NFL quarterbacks are quite obvious and well knownby coaches and by football fans. Top quarterbacks tend to be about 6’3” tall and theytypically weigh about two hundred and fifteen pounds. In addition, they need a strong throwing arm, quick feet, the ability to read defenses, outstanding vision, fine reflexes, […]

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Tennis Strings For String Breakers

I’m a string breaker.  I can go through strings every two weeks very easily, playing three or four times per week.   I’ve been this way for quite some time and I have tried lots of different strings, tensions and rackets.  Like a lot of string breakers, I still want a string which offers some touch and feel. […]

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Loss Of Legends To Hurt Yankees: Where Have You Gone Joe Dimaggio?

The Bergen Record Newspaper will publish my letter on this topic, tomorrow, Sunday, November 4, 2007. Here is the link for that newspaper. http://www.northjersey.com/

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