Heather Gollnick, 5-Time Ironman Champion and winner of over 200 multi-sport events, and Dr. Izzy Justice, a sports neuropsychologist,
proudly announce the release of their new book:
TRIATHLETE EQ – A GUIDE FOR EMOTIONAL ENDURANCE.
OUR PREMISE: All endurance sports are as much a test of your emotional endurance ability as they are a test of your physical ability. Though most are aware of this, few actually know how to train for, and apply, emotional endurance skills during a race. This very cutting-edge book brings together the experience of 5x Ironman Champion Heather Gollnick, and sports neuropsychologist, Dr. Izzy Justice, to provide you with both invaluable knowledge and EQ exercises to incorporate into your training, pre-race,
and race day plans to give yourself the optimal chance to perform at your
best when it counts the most.
Heather is a dynamic personality who has been a driving force in the multisport world for over a decade. She has a passion for sharing with athletes the “mental” skill sets which have made her one of the most decorated athletes in the sport of triathlon.
“I may not have been the fastest swimmer, biker or runner but I could win BIG races, and I truly believe that a vast majority of my success stemmed from my ability to “mentally” push myself to the next level” and with the right type of training you can do the same. (Heather Gollnick)
Andy Potts, Olympian and 70.3 World Champion stated, “Never underestimate the power of being excited and motivated. Emotions are a big part of sports. This book helps with managing them to perform better.”
As Chrissie Wellington, 4-Time World Champion, and endorser of the book explains it, “This book provides a unique, detailed, and much needed look at the emotional and mental aspects of training for triathlons. It clearly explains the underlying theory as well as offering easy to follow, practical advice and techniques that any athlete can use – from elite level to novice – to strengthen and use the mind to achieve more than they ever thought possible.”
USAT and Ironman Hall of Famer Bob Babbitt has written the forward, and sums it up this way. “For any triathlete, brand new or seasoned, I guarantee that reading this book will give you some awesome new tools so that every race and workout is a great one.”
To read other reviews or an excerpt of the book or to purchase it, please visitwww.triathleteq.com.