jueves, 29 de diciembre de 2011

The Winners Bible: La Capacidad de Alinearte

The Winner's Bible is not a martial arts book specifically, but Dr. Kerry Spackman, a neuroscientist by trade, has worked with many athletes to help them improve in the sport or activity they've chosen to engage in. In that sense, this book has the potential to be for anyone that wants to improve their lives, including those that participate in athletic endeavors and want to take things to the next level.
Guess is there are some martial arts practitioners out there hoping to do just that. If you're one of them, then keep reading.

The Particulars
•Title: The Winner's Bible
•Author: Dr. Kerry Spackman
•Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group
•Style: Trade Paperback
•Pages: 323
•MSRP: $16.95
The General Skinny on The Winner's Bible
Almost every reading American adult has come across a self-help book before. That said, these books are often pretty unspecific. In other words, they tell you things that you should do without attempting to tell you how to do them. On the flip side, The Winner's Bible seeks to help you get rid of those things (emotional and products of daily living) that get in the way of peak performance by giving you a protocol for change. It helps its readers set goals, identify the things that get in the way of achieving them, and then set a course for change in a positive direction that is specific to you, rather than a cookie cutter approach.
Spackman's methods also look to achieve permanent change by rewiring the logical and emotional circuits of the brain (knowing what to do and being able to do it are two different things). Using neuroscience as his guide, he utilizes visualization techniques within each readers' own Winner's Bible and more to try and accomplish this.

The Best Parts
If you follow this book in a step by step manner, you'll walk away with your own hard copy Winner's Bible. It will include goals, images of the things that are important to you in order to help you conceptualize, and more. In other words, you won't just walk away with ideas, you'll walk away with a documented plan.
In addition, if you follow the teachings in this book you'll be forced to look at yourself introspectively. Heck, auditors will even consider whether you got your own strengths, weaknesses, repeated mistakes, and the things you need to improve right. Spack definitely leaves no stone unturned in helping you to make goals and a plan that should bring you closer to your athletic (or personal) goals.

Beyond that, The Winner's Bible doesn't ask readers to forget about all of the things going on in their lives outside of sports or the thing they're hoping to improve on. Rather, when making a plan it considers them strongly, which is a must that many self-help books overlook.

Least Favored
The strength of this book is the way that it will force you to define yourself and plan from there. It is very specific in many ways. However, there are so many specifics to consider that it may leave some feeling rather overwhelmed. So if you're not a structured person that's willing to move detail by detail, then this book may not be for you.
Final Word

The Winner's Bible is a good book for anyone completely committed to change in athletics (or otherwise). It doesn't ignore a thing, including your life outside of sports and how that can impact. If you're a driven and structured person intent on achieving your goals, then this book may help you put together a plan that leaves no stone unturned on your way to success.

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