The Brave Athlete: Calm the F*ck Down and Rise to the Occasion

The Brave Athlete

Authors: Simon Marshall,Lesley Paterson

Does your mind get bombarded with thoughts like, “I don’t think I can,” and “Other athletes seem tougher and happier” just before an event? If you wish you were more confident and heroic, the answer to your prayer is here. Dr. Marshall is a psychology and brain-training expert. Paterson is a world-champion triathlete and coach. Together, they give you practical and game-changing solutions to help you overcome self doubt.

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