You have probably heard them all—tips and guides on how to be a champion athlete. But why waste time on practicing the hundreds, or even thousands, of them when there is something better than being just a traditional champion?
This guide offers vital insights into the corridors of ace sportsmanship and helps you walk on the paths ace athletes take to reach sports success. This book does not dwell so much on the humdrum of athletic training to win a competition. Rather, it gives pointers on having a permanence of ace sportsmanship: It’s good to be a champion once; it’s better to be a champion for life. A champion for life is excellent not only in the arena, but also in all facets of life.
Victory is nothing without significance in real life. So what if you win a game for this bout? So what if you’re relevant for this hour? Time has a way of leaving behind to oblivion those who choose the time being and ignore eternity. Triumphs must have meanings.
This guide, aside from revealing life-long secrets in ace performance, puts more than just color, but life, into winning. The reader is led to realize that there is more to being the best athlete than winning a game.
The Real Athlete
The Mind Of An Ace Athlete
The Body Of An Ace Athlete
Life Of An Ace Athlete
Unseen Needs Of An Athlete
Secret Ways Of Honing Some Sports Skills