Archive | July, 2009

More Tennis Tips For Winning On Grass

1.  Take the ball early. 2.  Shorten the points. 3.  Shorten your backswing to compensate for the speed of the surface. 4.   Practice getting down low to get those low shots.

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Tennis Tips: How To Win On Grass

I recently played a match on grass for the first time.  Most of my tennis has been played on clay, hard tru and hard courts, so this was an interesting experience.  Here are few quick tips to win on this surface. 1.  Grass can be thought of as the opposite of clay.  Grass will keep […]

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How To Be Successful At Writing Books, Articles and Developing Self-Help Products

Dr. Jay Granat will teach psychololgists and mental health experts how writing can enhance their image, their practice and their income.  Dr. Granat has been invited to speak at the national conference of The American Psychological Association in Toronto, Canada.   The conference will start on August 6, 2009. For more information, email Dr. Jay […]

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Brett Favre: Why He Can’t Just Retire?

Some athletes have trouble leaving the sport they love.  I have spoken to many athletes about when it is time to leave and what they can do to replace the void they will feel when they no longer compete at a professional level. Favre seems to still love the game and he seems to still […]

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How To Choose The Right Sports Doctor For Yourself Or For Your Child

Here is a link to an article which should be of  interest to parents, kids, athletes, weekend warriors and coaches. http://ezinearticles.com/?id=2615503 Also, for more information on sports performance, visit, www.stayinthezone.com

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How To Choose The Right Tennis Racket

1.  Ignore advertising about rackets.  Rackets are a personal decision. Pick up that  feels right from the get go. 2.   Demo the racket and decide if it suits every part of  your game. 3.   Don’t get a racket with the plan that you will get used to it.  Trust your instincts and get one which […]

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Wimbledon, The Williams Sisters And Sibling Rivalries

http://www.tennisviewmag.com/issue05_wvw.html

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Forbes Magazine Interviewed Me About Breaking Out Of A Slump In Sports, In Baseball, In Golf And In LIfe

Here is the link to this article. http://www.forbes.com/2009/06/26/exercise-slump-overcome-lifestyle-health-exercise-slump.html

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The Yankees Have Momentum. The Mets Have None

Momentum can be thought of as a group of athletes being in the zone together for an extended period of time. The New York Yankees have it now. The Mets don’t. This could change, but I don’t think it will for a while. For more information on the zone, visit, www.stayinthezone.com

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Roger Federer Will Win 18 Majors

He is confident once again. He is in great shape and Rafael Nadal, his main competition is sidelined for a while. I think Roger will win Wimbledon and The US Open. He is a great front runner and he will carry some of this momentum into future events. He will be thought of as the […]

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