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Tennis Tips: How To Hit The Slice Serve Like A Pro

My good friend, colleague, Lisa Dodson is an outstanding tennis pro who knows more about the mechanics of the serve and hitting a tennis ball than anyone on the planet. She is also the Founder of The Total Service device. I had breakfast with Lisa yesterday. Check out her video on the slice serve here.

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Dr. Jay Granat And StayInTheZone.com In Google News

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Sports Psychology Techniques Help Students To Get Into Top Universities

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Sports Psychology For Student-Athletes

How Mental Toughness Training Can Help Students Perform Better In School And In Sports The same skills that help athletes to stay relaxed, confidence, focused and optimistic under pressure on the field or the court can help student to perform to their potential in the classroom and on exams. According, to Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., […]

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Sports Psychology: How To Build Confidence And Focus In One Hour

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Sports Psychology And Golf: Nine Golf Tips On How To Grip Your Club

According to my friend, colleague and PGA pro, Jon Manos, maintaining the proper level of tension on the golf club is one of the hardest skills for golfers to master. High handicappers often have a tendency to have a death grip on the club, especially when hitting out of high rough,  or a sand trap. The […]

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Why Do Athletes Have A High Rate Of Divorce?

There are a number of studies that indicate that professional athletes divorce at a significantly higher rate than does the general population. These studies were mention in Sports Illustrated and in The New York Times. While the divorce rate among Americans is approximately fifty percent, pro athletes divorce at a rate that is approximately seventy […]

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Cubs Vs. Indians: Who Will Win This Big Game?

Math and psychology may hold the keys as to predicting the winner of this exciting series between two teams that have not been in the big game for quite some time. http://quantfacts.sportsblog.com/posts/28169816/who-will-win-the-2016-world-series-can-the-cubs–curse-be-broken-.html

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Lucas Pouille: 7 Reasons Why He Will Be A Very Big Star

I have coached some top tennis players and watched and played tennis for quite some time. Today, a new tennis star was born at The US Open. Lucas Pouille has been gaining momentum of late with some big wins on some big stages. He showed that he is quite focused. He also demonstrated that he […]

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Golf Tips: How To Learn The Explosion Shot In Just Ten Minutes

A lot of golfers hate being in a green side bunker.  They get tense. They lose their confidence. They lose their focus and they are afraid to follow through on the shot. Recently, I had a super lesson on executing this shot with PGA Teaching Pro and my friend and colleague John Manos. Over the […]

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Sports Psychology For New Jersey High School Students

Want to make your high school team? Nervous about your tryout? Would you like to learn how to be relaxed, confident and focused when the coaches are watching you? Do you want to learn how top athletes get into the zone and stay in the zone when the pressure is on? Well. now you can!!!!!! […]

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Hitting Slumps, Pitching Slumps: Announcing A Simple Cure

Over the years, I have counseled many baseball players who compete at a high level. They call me, their parents call and their coaches call me  when they are struggling at the plate or on the mound. There are many mental techniques, tools and strategies to solve both pitching slumps and hitting slumps. Interestingly, for […]

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Sports Psychology For Grapplers, Boxers, Wrestlers, MMA, UFC Fighters

Over the years, I have counseled a number of athletes who compete in the ring. Many of these competitors want to learn how to stay relaxed, focused and confident when they take on an opponent. They also want to have the right energy level, the right strategy and a sense of resilience. On Monday, July […]

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Sports Psychology, Baseball And The New York Mets

Jonathan Fader, Ph.D. recently asked me to review his fine new book, Life As Sport: What Top Athletes Can Teach You About How To Win In Life. This is a practical guide with some good tips and interesting case examples, including the author’s work with the New York Mets. This book should be of interest […]

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Sports Psychology, Baseball And The New York Mets

Jonathan Fader, Ph.D. recently asked me to review his fine new book, Life As Sport. This excellent work has practical information and interesting case histories, including Fader’s work with the New York Mets. Athletes and non-athletes who want to improve their performance should enjoy reading this practical guide. If you like this book, you may […]

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Sports Psychology, Baseball And The New York Mets

Jonathan Fader, Ph.D., asked me to review his fine new book, Life As Sport. This book is a useful guide for baseball players,  athletes and non-athletes who want to improve their performance and reach their potential. The book contains practical information and interesting case examples, including his work with The New York Mets. Nice job, […]

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