Published March 1988 by Intl Marine Pub .
Written in EnglishRead online
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|Number of Pages||120|
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open ocean/5(6). Trolling the internet for books on improved management and motivation of teams at sea, I found Psychology of Sailing, by Michael Stadler, and decided to give it a whirl.
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The book is a springboard for continued research and practice development, further interaction between psychology and the maritime world, and the continued broadening and deepening of the field. Among the topics covered. Cruising (December ) 'This very accessible page book, though specifically written with performance sailing in mind, The Little Ship Club (Winter, ) 'I now have a book to recommend to sailing friends who ask 'Can psychology help me improve my racing results?".
Fifteen years ago, as Hobart Coach Scott Ikle was launching the US Sailing Level 3 Certification program, he invited me to speak to a group of coaches at Annapolis Yacht Club, who were attending the Advanced Coaching Symposium.
I gave a talk that was inspired, in part, by a Sailing World article that Betsy Allison had written describing a pyramid of what's important in sailing. The Psychology of Racing for Dinghies and Keelboats is an inspirational practical guide to mind training for racing sailors.
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So something a little different for the Rooster blog. Over the past season I’ve been taking an interest in the ‘psychology of sailing’, and thought I’d share some of my findings (‘share’ is a term I can legitimately use in a post covering this subject, I plan to try and get ‘closure’ and ‘mental toolkit’ in at some point later in the post).
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John Pearce, US Sailing Youth Director – “Trusting yourself to execute during competition, and quieting the distracting thoughts that get in the way, makes racing more fun. This is the one sports psychology book that really improved my performance and experience.” “Mindset (The New Psychology of Success)” by Carol S.
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Alpine ski team (), U.S. national soccer team (), and the U.S. sailing team (present), and athletes in sports ranging from soccer, golf, tennis, and basketball to. Walker authored ten books on sailboat racing, sail trim, competitive behavior, and low level wind flow, and was a lecturer and contributor to sailing magazines.
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friendship (friend = companion, ship = sailing vessel) 2. warehouse (ware = certain type of pottery, house = place for habitation) 3. takeover (take = get hold of, over = above). Sailing makes a romantic setting There are few novels with sailing as a background theme, which is surprising given how romantic sailing is considered to be.
Images of sailboats appear everywhere and dreams of sailing off to an uncharted island abound, yet stories tend to be real, not fictional.
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