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- Choking? Frustrated? Losing? No Confidence?
- No Focus? Sensitive To Criticisim?
- Not Having Fun At Sports Anymore?
- Out of The Zone?
Now You Can Help Your Talented Child To Perform Better At Sports
And Now The Two Of You Can Learn How To Stay In The Zone
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Eleven Important Questions For Parents Of Athletes
- Is your young athlete choking at his or her sport?
- Does your child get nervous or anxious when he or she competes?
- Is your youngster great in practice but terrible once the game starts?
- Are other people making fun of your son or daughter when they play sports?
- Is your child losing interest in sports because of the pressure?
- Is your kid stuck in a slump?
- Does your child lose his or her temper when they compete?
- Would you like your child to discover how to be resilient after a setback?
- Are sports frustrating, you, your child and your family?
- Would you like your child to perform their best in sports and at school?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, spend a few minutes to read the rest of this information.
Coaching And Parenting Kids Can Be Very Challenging
You have tried talking to your child, but you have had little success. You’ve tried different coaches and lessons but they don’t seem to help. You and your young athlete are frustrated because you just can’t seem to find the right things to say or do to help your child perform to their potential. Maybe, you need a different kind of approach……
Would you like your child to be calm, focused and confident when they play their favorite sport?
Imagine how great you will both feel once you know how to take control of your emotions and take charge of your body. Baseball, basketball, tennis, golf, swimming, wrestling, hockey, fencing, ice skating, the martial arts, gymnastics, diving, soccer all become easier once you know how to be calm, confident, focused and optimistic when you step on the field, into the gym or onto the court.
Imagine how great you and your child will feel once you master the mental aspects of competing. Won’t it be nice to know what to do to stop choking and get into the zone more often? Won’t it be nice when your child is less sensitive to criticism and negative comments from other kids or from insensitive coaches?
A Program Designed For Athletes Under Age 12
There have not been many programs to help young athletes with the mental parts of sports, until now. The chapters on the CD program are short to accommodate a child’s attention span. Each chapter addresses the key challenges which young athletes face. Confidence, focus, being resilient,
getting along with coaches, kids and opponents are dealt with in this program.
How Does This Program Work?
The CD program contains 23 short, simple inspiring stories. These five to seven minute exercises and anecdotes are all about confidence, focus, speed, strength, managing pressure, getting along with teammates and coaches, eliminating self-criticism and perfectionism and believing in yourself on and off the field.
Have your child listen to one chapter a night and see which techniques he or she likes the most.
You and your child may see progress right away or it may take a few weeks. Kids love these stories and reaching them at bedtime is a great way to communicate with a child who may be hard to talk to earlier in the day when they are busy and you are too busy to do some good coaching.
If you are a coach or an athlete, you will find the CD and the free book to be quite useful and interesting too.
Recent Testimonial (See others on our home page)
Dr. Granat,During my son’s Sophmore year of high school I wrote you explaining that he is a talented basketball player with no confidence. He would not shoot the ball and looked to get rid of the ball as fast as possible when he had it. He began listening to your CDs regularly at bedtime, I wasn’t sure it would help but it couldn’t hurt. My son is now a Senior and was just name MVP of a large tournament that his team won. Through the first 6 games of the season he is leading his team in nearly every area. Coaches and parents have commented to me what a difference they have seen in his confidence.Thank YouChris Dempsie
Who Developed This Program?
Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. is a Psychotherapist and the Founder of www.StayInTheZone.com. He has coached top athletes in virtually every sport from around the world. Dr. Granat has written several books on sport psychology and has developed a half a dozen programs to help people perform better. He has appeared on Good Morning America, The BBC, The CBC and ESPN. He has been featured in The New York Times, and Tennis Magazine. Golf Digest named him one of America’s Top Ten Mental Gurus. Recently, Olympic athletes and coaches from Japan came to America to learn his methods. Dr. Granat’s students included an Olympic Gold Medalist and an Olympic Bronze medalist. He is also featured in a documentary film on long distance running. He writes a weekly column for four New Jersey newspapers and his now a guest columnist for New York Family Sports. Google him or go to www.Yahoo.com to learn more about his background and his expertise. Visit his blog www.stayinthezone.com/blog or go to to learn about his other products and books. Read what other parents, coaches and athletes have to say about him at www.StayInTheZone.com
Talk To Dr. Granat Anytime
You can reach out to Dr. Granat with any questions anytime. Call him at 888 580 ZONE or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org So, when you get this program or any of his programs, you also get another coach or consultant who wants to help you and your child.
Get Into The Zone In Just One Minute: 21 Ways To Improve Your Performance will help you and your child understand how to enter the zone quickly and efficiently with simple mental techniques. The book and the CD program make a great package for young athletes, for coaches and for parents of young athletes.
This book will help parents and kids understand what the zone and it will show you simple, proven techniques for getting into the zone when the pressure is on.