How Famous Athletes Get In The Zone from Dr. Jay Grant of stayinthezone.com How-to prep for the big game or special competition---from top rated sports psychologist, Dr. Jay Granat, now a feature columnist at task.fm
NEW YORK--September 2011
One of America's top rated sports psychologists, Dr. Jay Granat is now a featured columnist
at task.fm, the popular online lifestyle advice channel.
Dr. Granat's latest column explores that extra competitive edge that's a hallmark of all
successful athletes. Having interviewed athletes across the sports spectrum, certain recurring
traits seem to prevail. Popular topic is how to prepare for the big game, or special competition.
Whether to soothe or psyche, apparently many top athletes utilize music as a means to prepare--mentally, emotionally.
Dr. Granat says, "The power of music can change you mood and your energy level in just a few seconds. If you are feeling lethargic, music can energize you. If you are anxious, music can calm".
Read Dr. Granat's entire column here.
Get ready to rock. Dr. Granat's new book features interviews with top athletes about The Zone.
How to achieve it, and stay in the zone. A true classic.
Learn more at stayinthezone.com
Sought after media guest and interviewer, Dr. Granat has appeared in Sports Illustrated, ESPN, ABC-News, Good Morning America, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and is now available for speaker engagements, panels and seminar development. Please inquire of zone scheduling.
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