For Immediate Release
Contact: Jackie Palawasta at 973 326-7651
or Dr. Jay Granat at 201 647-9191
Top New Jersey Athletes, Parents And Coaches To Attend
Mental Toughness Seminar At The William G. Mennen Sports Arena
Moorestown, New Jersey-The William G. Mennen Sports Arena, located at 161 East Hanover Avenue, Morris Township, New Jersey, is offering a ninety minute mental toughness seminar on June 7, 2011 at 5:30 PM. To reserve your spot at the seminar, call 973-326- 7561.
Seminar participants will learn how to avoid choking when the pressure is on and they will learn the same techniques which world class athletes use to stay calm, confident and focused when the compete in a big event.
Jackie Palawasta, a former competitive figure skater and highly regarded coach, has invited Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. to be the guest speaker at this event.
Dr. Granat is a psychotherapist, author and the Founder of www.StayInTheZone.com. He has counseled top athletes from every sport from around the world and he has been featured in many major media outlets including, Good Morning America, The New York Times, ESPN and The Wall Street Journal. Golf Digest named him one of America’s Top Mental Gurus for his work with golfers on the mental part of the game.
“Every athlete who comes to see me wants to learn how to get into the zone and stay in the zone more often. They want to learn how to manage stress, distractions and the pressure of competing at a high level as efficiently as possible.
Many of my books and CD programs teach athletes how to master the mental part of their sport and how to perform to their fullest potential,” says Dr. Granat, the author of How To Get In The Zone And Stay In The Zone With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis and other programs and books.
This seminar will be helpful for ice skaters, baseball players, tennis players, golfers, wrestlers, martial artists, hockey players, football players, lacrosse players, swimmers, gymnasts, bowlers, track and field athletes and divers.
“There is a lot of pressure on young athletes today and many of them have had no training in sport psychology or in mental toughness techniques.
“Parents, athletes and coaches should find this seminar to be entertaining and informative. Each person who attends will learn more about what they can do to perform their best in their particular sport.”
Seating is limited, so participants should reserve their spot now.