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Inner Skiing: Revised Edition

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A New, Completely Revised Edition of the Classic Guide to Better Skiing

Have you been searching for a way to overcome your fear, trust your instincts, and ski to your greatest potential? Inner Skiing will help you do all this and more. In this newly updated edition of the skiing classic, W. Timothy Gallwey and Robert Kriegel offer advice on and examples of how to gain the
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Published September 1st 2010 by Random House (first published 1977)
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Jason Landau
much more than about skiing

teaches you how to let go and be in the moment
As I'm off skiing soon this was a practical choice. Not my favourite type of book. I prefer to lose myself within the pages than take mental notes.

However it does seem that it will be very useful. It is about the psychology of skiing and how to improve on the slopes by controlling that rather than the physical aspect. As my biggest problem skiing is a lack of confidence I'm hoping reading this will help me. It goes into a lot of detail about 'Self 1' and 'Self 2' which worried me at first. As I
Suzette Kunz
Cool ideas about the power of the mind. I don't ski.
John Mattson
Inner Skiing unlocks the mental aspect that is so necessary to master the sport of skiing. Mental confidence is a big factor in any sport, but for skiing the factor is huge. Inner Skiing reveals many of the secrets needed to unlock the secret that is hiding in most of us. I read the first edition in the late seventies, when I was learning to ski and found it very helpful.
Dale Churchett
Great book. I always read this before going skiing, and take it with me. By now I think I have internalised the material but there are some important concepts I remind myself about.

The book greatly helped me improve my skiing without any lessons. It helped me re-program my attitude towards skiing and many aspects of my attitude to learning sports in general.
Leave it to me to ski once and then need to read a book about skiing. The irony is that this book is all about not thinking, not over analyzing, not criticizing yourself. It's like a yoga manual disguised as a skiing book. I'm glad I read/skimmed it, and will try to remember to just breathe next time I ski.
I may revisit this book after I have read The Talent Code by Coyle.

How to learn complex activities with Deep Deliberate Practice.

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An eye opener into the mental side of skiing.
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W. Timothy Gallwey (born 1938 in San Francisco, California) is an author who has written a series of books in which he has set forth a new methodology for coaching and for the development of personal and professional excellence in a variety of fields, that he calls "The Inner Game." Since he began writing in the 1970s, his books include The Inner Game of Tennis, The Inner Game of Golf, The Inner g ...more
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