Mind Game: A Quantum Performance Leap for Competitive Pickleball and Tennis
You go to a trainer to practice drills and improve your shots, but you’ll need to read psychotherapist Neil. P. Schulenburg’s Mind Game to train your brain! Whether you’re a pickleball newbie or play at a competitive level, you’ve likely realized that a large part of the game is determined by your outlook. If you’re “in the flow” winning comes naturally, but if you’re tense it seems like pickleballs avoid you on purpose!
Mind Game explains how you can become more aware of your thoughts so you can own your strengths and reduce mistakes. If you’ve ever felt frustrated about not being able to break out of a “funk” or get in sync with a partner, you’ll be sure to find useful tips in this 102-page guide. Topics range from determining what type of player you are to identifying opponents’ play styles and gamesmanship.
If you’re looking to not only improve your physical skills but your mental fortitude—get the (neuro) process started with Mind Game!