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Creating the Ultimate Basketball Player Learn the Secrets Used By the Best Professional Basketball Players and Coaches to Improve Your Conditioning Nutrition and Mental Toughness

by Joseph Correa
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Release Date: 2015-10-10
Genre: Sports & Recreation
Pages: pages
ISBN 13: 1329612221
ISBN 10: 9781329612228
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle

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To reach your true potential you need to be at your optimal physical and mental condition and in order to do this you need to start an organized plan that will help you develop your strength, mobility, nutrition, and mental toughness. This book will do that. Eating right and training hard are two of the pieces of the puzzle but you need the third piece to make it all happen. The third piece is mental toughness and that can be obtained through meditation and visualization techniques taught in this book. This book will provide you with the following: -Normal and advanced training calendars -Dynamic warm-up exercises -High performance training exercises -Active recovery exercises -Nutrition calendar to increase muscle -Nutrition calendar to burn fat -Muscle building recipes -Fat burning recipes -Advanced breathing techniques to enhance performance -Meditation techniques -Visualization techniques -Visualization sessions to improve performance
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