Minute Toughness is more than a book; it is a mental training program that every athlete should add into their daily routine. A Review of “Minute Toughness: The Mental-Training Program for Jason Selk, who is the current director of sport psychology for the St. The 10MT means 10 Minute Toughness and is the central component of the training system. This is approximately 10 minutes of prescribed.

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Also, included, among other things, is a intense focus on positive thoughts of success and emphasis on visualization techniques and overall positive image. In this case, you can follow the money right to professional sports. You can only create the mminute in your head as you read it. Ready to reach your highest potential? This has three components. I’d recommend this book to athletes and non-athletes alike.

Though most of the Tips offered in this book are know to all the athletes, but the author has done a good job in organizing the stuff and has made into a routine which would surely help the athletes.

There are lots of places to learn the task skills. Sep 23, Caroline Slee rated it it was amazing.

Minute Toughness: The Mental Training Program for Winning Before the Game Begins by Jason Selk

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Open Preview See a Problem? Join Optimize and get instant access to all PhilosophersNotes and over 25 Optimal Living master classes. Too much clutter due to the overuse of examples with famous athletes from the author’s own practice to illustrate points already made and understood. We created a routine based on the book.

Athletes and Business people. She made the all star team, and was named one of two Utah athletes of the week by the Deseret News. I wanted to read a book about resilience – how to become tougher, emotionally. So I returned this book to the Kindle store and got my money back.

You need a proven routine of daily exercises to get you where you want to go.

A simple solution that is difficult to grasp. Comment Name required Email will not be published required Website. Books by Jason Selk.

At one point between games, she went off alone and broke down in tears of frustration and disappointment. This book gives specific tools in helping people achieve their goals by adhering to the author’s “Mental Workout”. Let me assure you. This is another mental training program which purports not only to helpful in sports but in toughnes business world as well.

10-Minute Toughness

Thus, making this book relevant beyond the world of athletics and also in business. Jan 13, Kristy Cooper rated it really liked it Shelves: Wouldn’t go so far as to say I liked it but I’m glad I read it and thought over the questions it asks. Lists with This Book. Like no other program available, the Minute Toughness MT routine uason you ready for the competition in just ten minutes a day.


So Easy to Use Easy access and support giving you all need and more for personal success. The concept is to PR something every single day. The best sports psychology book I have ever read. Jul 09, Kiera D. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I would recommend it highly for you, if you fall into that camp.

Then she repeated that performance in the practice session the very next day. Selk’s motivational techniques for athletes seem reasonable enough. And what he shares in his book is a three-step program to getting focused and staying mknute target. At the same time, I ran across an article about mental toughness and immediately knew this was something I should look into.

Colleges coaches scout athletes heavily through this skill. Why you’ll love PhilosophersNotes. Now it’s his ritual. Dec 16, Jeff Becker rated it really liked it Shelves: I read this book as a primer for a shooting competition that I was about to enter.