VO2 Max Athlete's Journal

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Here's a book that will help athletes of all ages sharpen their mental games and improve. VO2 Max Athlete's Journal guides athletes in thinking and learning more deeply about training and competition, sport and life. The book has 72 multi-themed journal prompts. To help athletes reflect on the various stages of the competitive season, there are pre- mid- and postseason reflection pages as well as a season's worth of pages to guide athletes in analyzing their competitions. The book includes a short introduction on...
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Overview

Here's a book that will help athletes of all ages sharpen their mental games and improve. VO2 Max Athlete's Journal guides athletes in thinking and learning more deeply about training and competition, sport and life. The book has 72 multi-themed journal prompts. To help athletes reflect on the various stages of the competitive season, there are pre- mid- and postseason reflection pages as well as a season's worth of pages to guide athletes in analyzing their competitions. The book includes a short introduction on the theory behind and benefits of using writing as a way to learn in athletics. Perfect for both individual athletes and entire teams, VO2 Max is one of a series of books produced by Writing Athletes and the National Writing Project. For information on athletic team notebooks and journals, visit the resource website WritingAthletes.com
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780986019111
  • Publisher: Writing Athletes
  • Publication date: 1/18/2013
  • Pages: 140
  • Sales rank: 1,423,838
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard Kent is a professor at the University of Maine and the director of the Maine Writing Project, a site of the National Writing Project. The author of many books, including Writing on the Bus, The Athlete's Workbook, and Soccer Team Notebook, Kent is a consultant to teams and athletes across the United States. A former Olympic Development Program soccer coach, Kent has coached at different levels over the past four decades. For more about athletes' journals and team notebooks, checkout Kent's resource website: WritingAthletes.com
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