River Edge, NJ (PRWEB) July 17, 2012
Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., Psychotherapist, Author and Founder of http://www.StayInTheZone.com has just released a new DVD, How To Avoid Choking, Get Mentally Tough And Stay In The Zone.
This seventy minute video includes interviews with top athletes from a variety of different sports. It also includes advice from coaches, pro golfers, tennis pros, boxers, mixed martial artists, basketball coaches, baseball players, fitness trainers, a sports psychiatrist, soldiers, attorneys, tri-athletes and doctors. This video sells for $129.95 and it comes with a free book How To Get Into The Zone In Just One Minute.
“The world of sports is quite competitive today because the rewards can be very attractive. Athletes who are concerned about losing to players they should beat, choking under pressure, getting mentally tougher and discovering their zone should find this program and other programs available at the site to be quite helpful,” says Dr. Granat.
Dr. Granat, who has counseled world class athletes from every sport including Olympic athletes has appeared in many major media outlets including: The New York Times, Good Morning America, Sports Illustrated, The Wall Street Journal, ESPN, The BBC, The Canadian Broadcasting Company, Tennis Magazine, Tennis View Magazine, The Iowa Golfer, The Huffington Post, WCBS-TV, The Star Ledger, Forbes.com and The Record. Golf Digest named him one of America’s Top Mental Gurus.
The new program describes peak performance tips to help athletes, parents of athletes and coaches to understand the psychology of performing to one’s fullest potential when the pressure is on.
“Sometimes one or two simple techniques can make a world of difference in the way an athlete performs under pressure. Many athletes have misconceptions about choking, getting mentally tough and staying in the zone.
A Division I baseball player who I am working with told me that he had never swung the bat better after learning a simple self-hypnotic procedure.
A top ranked tennis player now knows how to stay relaxed and focused when she competes. When she first came to see me she was a nervous wreck out there.
Choking is every athlete’s worst nightmare. But there are many things that can be done to move your mind and your body back into the zone when you start to lose it on the court or on the field.
A golfer who came to see me some time ago, went out and shot a sixty four in a tournament to tie a course record,” says Dr. Granat.
“Seeing and hearing peak performers describe their experiences can help athletes to feel less alone with their anxieties and self-doubt. This video and the free book show simple ways to manage the mental aspect of every sport,” according to Granat.
The first section explains what causes choking and what can be done to prevent it. The second section addresses strategies for getting mentally tougher. and the third section explains how to get into the zone and stay there.
Dr. Jay Granat has designed and developed a number of self-help programs including: How To Get Into The Zone And Stay In The Zone With Sport Psychology, How To Lower Your Golf Score With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis, 101 Ways To Break A Hitting Slump With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis, Bedtime Stories For Young Athletes, How To Putt In The Zone With Sport Psychology, How To Bowl In The Zone With Sport Psychology And Self-Hypnosis, How To Conquer Test Anxiety, How To Have A Killer Serve With Sport Psychology, Who Will Win The Big Game? 50 Characteristics Of Championship Players, Teams And Coaches, How To Conquer Test Anxiety, Twenty One Creative Ways To Conquer Stress and Zone Tennis.
“These CD’s, DVD’s and books are all intended to help people manage their anxieties and self-doubt and perform to their fullest potential in school, at work, on the job, on the field or the court,” according to Dr. Jay P. Granat.
Get your copy of the mental toughness video and the free book.
Seminars And Private Coaching Consultations
Dr. Granat is available for seminars and for consultations by phone or by Skype. Email him at info(at)stayinthezone(dot)com or call him at 888 580-ZONE.
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