The Psychology of Speed - Book I
Teaching Athletes What Couldn't Be Taught.
An in-depth and unique approach to speed training. Using the power of 10,000, visualization techniques, psychological tricks, communication tips and the power of gravity, Ken puts an end to many myths of speed. Speed can be taught. And he will show you how. In addition to explaining the “Psychology of Speed”, Ken specializes in helping the athlete understand his or her genetic potential. He uses very unique communication techniques to help athletes learn "what, where and when" to move for speed, as well as for each sport. Through years of studies, Ken also describes the negative effects of bad coaching and the positive effects of being able to run fast for any sport. He explains the spiraling chain reaction of positive self-confidence and gives specific examples of how speed can change an athlete’s life - sometimes in unimaginable ways. View More