Gold Medal Mental Workout For Combat Sports - Nowicki D. - Book
  • Gold Medal Mental Workout For Combat Sports - Nowicki D. - Book

Gold Medal Mental Workout For Combat Sports - Nowicki D. - Book

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Dariusz Nowicki is a champion and a coach of champions. His team and those who consult him, win gold medals and firsts. Two team members Janusz Pawlowski a
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Dariusz Nowicki is a champion and a coach of champions. His team and those who consult him, win gold medals and firsts. Two team members Janusz Pawlowski and Waldemar Legien of the Polish judo team took the silver and gold respectively in the 1988 Olympics. In Barcelona in 1992 Waldemar Legien won the gold again. Pawel Nastula, European Judo Champion in 1994, 1995, and 1996, and World Judo Champion in 1995, requested Nowicki's help in preparing for the Atlanta 1996 Games. He won the gold... An Amazing Success Story... All three men credit sports psychologist Dariusz Nowicki and the mental preparation techniques he has developed with a major part of their success. Let Dariusz Nowicki show you how the science of psychology can combine with your skill and physical training to make you a winner! Just listen to the CDs and follow the simple instructions in the book and you will: • Learn to use the same mental training techniques that power Olympic gold medal winners use • Discover the secrets of relaxation and concentration • Rid yourself of tension, reduce your stress level, sleep better, and rest faster after heavy workouts • Boost your energy level and mental alertness • Improve your concentration and shut out distractions • Feel at home and at ease in any competition hall • Overcome lifelong blocks to achievement get rid of doubts and fears • Face every opponent with confidence, dominating the situation • See yourself in peak performance so vividly you will become a peak performer • Maintain your peak performance state throughout any contest Dariusz Nowicki is the chief coordinator of psychological preparation for all Polish Olympic teams training for the Sydney Olympics in 2000. He is also a member of the Technical Committee of the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF). An accomplished athlete in his own right, Mr. Nowicki won the Lee Cup in 1991, the biggest taekwondo forms tournament in Poland in 1986 he won the gold medal in the Poland National Taekwondo Championships. In 1979 he competed in the World Taekwondo Championship (fighting). From 1972 to 1982 he participated in judo and competed several times in Championships of Poland. He has trained athletes in freestyle and greco-roman wrestling, judo, Olympic style taekwondo and karate. He is also internationally accredited as a referee for taekwondo. PART 1. PRELIMINARIES I. Introduction • II. Your Brain Makes Its Own Reality • III. Prepare the Way with a Positive Attitude • IV. When and How to Practice PART 2. BASIC MENTAL PREPARATION V. First Week: Exercise 1: Concentration on Breathing • Exercise 2: Searchlight • VI. Second Week: Exercise 3: Muscular Relaxation • VII. Third Week: Exercise 4: Muscular Relaxation with Triggering • VIII. Fourth Week: Exercise 5: Mental Relaxation PART 3. ADVANCED MENTAL PREPARATION IX. Fifth Week: Exercise 6: Indifference to Distraction • X. Sixth Week: Exercise 7: Ideomotor Training • XI. Seventh Week: Exercise 8: Specific Concentration Training PART 4. REVIEW AND COMBAT SPORTS EXERCISES XII. Review • XIII. Eighth Week: Exercise 9: Mental Simulation Fight Training • Exercise 10: Mental Simulation Forms Training • XIV. Ninth Week: Exercise 11: Peak Performance • XV. Tenth Week: Exercise 12: Recovery • XVI. Mental Exercises during the General Workout
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