Dean Hinitz is considered the leading authority on bowling psychology. He works with several elite competitors, including many champions in the Professional Bowling Association and the Professional Women's Bowling Association. Hinitz is also a regular guest speaker at the highly regarded International Bowling Academy Super Schools and writes a monthly column for Bowling This Month. He is a member of the Nevada State Board of Psychological Examiners and the Nevada State Psychological Association.
Hinitz received his undergraduate degree at the University of Minnesota and his PhD in psychology at the University of Nevada. He resides in Reno, Nevada with his wife, Amy Bay-Hinitz. He is the chief of psychology at West Hills Hospital in Reno.
There are many exercises and suggestions in this book that will help you develop a stronger mental game.
This book is great if you have the technique down but are having problems with the mental parts of bowling.
Well since I have read this book I have had two good nights and two bad nights, so the results are a wash.
Very useful resource in my preparation for the Silver level coaching certification.Published 2 months ago by James A. Harrison, Jr.
Really helps kids learn the mental part of bowling. Every serious bowler needs to read this book. My daughter who is 13 was able to take what she learned and improve her bowling... Read morePublished 20 months ago by stephen valenzuela
Book is good in reframing your thinking and putting things in persepctive. Book is short and less than 200 pages, but still worthwhile.Published on October 26, 2011 by chicagodude
If you're a true bowler- and want to learn how to maintain focus on your bowling game, this book is for you. Read morePublished on July 10, 2010 by enigma300
This book also covers a lot of info that bowlers will need when they look to take their game to the next level.Published on January 8, 2007 by William S. Gross