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Drawing upon 16 years of research and clinical experience, noted sports psychologist Loehr presents a comprehensive training program to convert stress into emotional, mental, and physical toughness. Such toughness is needed to achieve maximum productivity, health, and happiness in life, he claims. According to Loehr, the model in this program is a "quantum leap" beyond that detailed in his previous work, Mental Toughness Training for Sports ( LJ 8/86). Here, he adapts and expands his former model to treat topics such as toughness training for kids, women, the military, and recovering from rough times. Particularly interesting are chapters on the chemistry of toughness and strengthening the immune system. Aided by numerous charts, case studies, exercises, and a glossary, Loehr combines research with readable prose to provide superior stress management advice. Recommended for general psychology collections in public and academic libraries. Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 4/1/93.
- Carol R. Nelson, Ball St. Univ. Lib., Muncie, Ind.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Jim Loehr's system for managing toughness and energy was really helpful for me. This is one of his earlier works, still good, but I would recommend "The Power of Full... Read morePublished 2 months ago by al
Stress cycles are Healthy! It's good reading and the message is great but the same info is restated in 1000 different ways. I still enjoyed.Published 5 months ago by ohioguy
I have read thousands of Health and Fitness books if I could only have ONE
This would be it- Fitness Expert/ RN
I met Dr. Jim Loehr at the Nick Bolletieri tennis academy in Bradenton Fla. some 20 years ago. His mid day talks on mental toughness to the juniors were more valuable and... Read morePublished on December 30, 2010 by PMLP