Item description for Build a Better Athlete: What's Wrong with American Sports and How To Fix It by Michael Yessis...
Are most athletes "naturally" born or should the phrase 'practice makes perfect' be followed?
The truth is that anyone can be a better athlete. What's Wrong with American Sports explores the ways all types of athletes are being trained and how they are not, by looking at different areas of technique and developing the player's physical abilities to perform. This book also answers a wide range of questions that anyone who might want to improve their running or playing ability.
If you're interested in strength training, this book covers ways to maintain flexibility, improve breathing abilities and different forms of strength. Athletes can also improve their flexibility, which is important to help prevent njury. Any athlete can gain knowledge and improve in their sport by following the simple steps put forward for athletes and their coaches in this book.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 7" Height: 0.4" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Jun 2, 2006
Publisher Equilibrium Books
ISBN 1930546785 ISBN13 9781930546783
Availability 142 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 26, 2016 07:41.
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More About Michael Yessis
Michael Yessis, Ph.D., is president of Sports Training Inc., a facility that helps professional athletes train. He is also an author and has appeared on "Today" and "CNN News."
Michael Yessis currently resides in Escondido, in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about Build a Better Athlete: What's Wrong with American Sports and How To Fix It?
Helpful manual for serious athletes Oct 2, 2006
Even though I classify myself as a "recreational runner," I still take my training and performances very seriously. I found Dr. Yessis's book to be extremely helpful and inspiring in terms of tailoring my present workouts and looking forward to developing new ones.
Much of the information the book may seem like it's for a professional athlete or for younger people who are starting out on their fitness journeys, but don't be mistaken: there is plenty of practical guidance and information here for athletes of all fitness and skill levels.
Definitely a good addition to your workout library. Maybe you should even consider giving a copy to your coach or trainer!