The Sports Bible The Yellowstone Papers- Coach’s Guide to Sports Performance!

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The Sports Bible The Yellowstone Papers-

Coach’s Guide to Sports Performance!

There are 12 Sports Concepts in The Yellowstone Papers that can be used to improve an athlete’s Performance based on Perseverance, Focus, and Confidence for life, both on and off the field of play. These 12 Sports Concepts will play a major role in an athlete’s performance in sports played at an individual or team level to achieve one’s full potential.

The photograph was taken of my grandfather, HQ Boatright while he was at Yellowstone National Park in 1927 starting what became known as ‘The Yellowstone coach’s guide to Sports Performance. The term ‘coach’ applies to the self-coaching of the athlete themselves.

I took his notes that he started and techniques he used to coach fitness and sports performance.

I included various photographs of my fitness and sports performance that this book covers.

If you are a golfer, this will help your mental and physical game and training on and off the golf course.

If you have trouble carrying your golf game from practice to performance this book will help you play as you practiced.

This contains 103 pages of basic coaching philosophy based on concepts of coaches and faith-base training.

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Coach’s Guide to Diet, Exercise and Lifestyle, based on Purpose, Perseverance, Patience, Passion, Endurance, and Grace of Sports

By: Charles W. Boatright

There are 12 Sports Concepts in The Yellowstone Papers that can be used to improve an athlete’s Performance based on Perseverance, Focus, and Confidence for life, both on and off the field of play. These 12 Sports Concepts will play a major role in an athlete’s performance in sports played at an individual or team level to achieve one’s full potential.

 

Sports have a direct impact on all of our lives, whether we are four (4) or 94. Sports and fitness extend beyond our physical realm to our cognitive realm. What benefits the heart also benefits the mind! There is hard medical evidence that sports can improve the lives of both Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s patients.

 

Sports and fitness are beneficial for those even dealing with mental challenges, like PTSD, stress, and depression. Three (3) of the key factors that determine an athlete’s performance are- Perseverance, Focus, and Confidence (PFC). These three key factors emphasize the importance of the mental performance of the athlete that has a direct impact on both their physical and mental performance.

 

The Apostle Paul makes it a point to state that our fight for achieving our full potential isn’t with the physical realm, but the mental realm. The mind is the dominant factor in our ability to perform. And it is worth noting that it is the athlete’s subconscious mind that is key to one’s performance level.

 

The athlete’s subconscious mind has the command and control of  90 percent of an athlete’s ability to perform, based on instinctive motor skills. In other words, that athlete’s performance has to be intuitive. The athlete can actually derail their instinctive performance just by thinking, a conscious component. The athlete has to focus in order to be able to hardwire their performance directly into their subconscious mind.

 

One of the best Sports Psychology principles that any athlete should adopt into their training format is from the movie Caddyshack, where Ty Webb- played by Chevy Chase, mentioned to Danny Noonan- played by Michael O’Keefe– I’m going to give you a little advice. There’s a force in the universe that makes things happen. And all you have to do is get in touch with it, stop thinking, let things happen, and be the ball.

 

Any athlete in any sport can take this quote from this comedy and actually develop a very important strategy for improving their mental and physical performance. Like Yogi Berra states- Baseball is 90 percent mental and the other half is physical. Yogi’s math isn’t quite correct, but you get the picture that Yogi Berra is trying to paint for us.

 

I will be the first to admit that consistent sports performance is one of the most challenging and difficult tasks to undertake. Perseverance (faith) is key to the athlete’s success. Sports, like other tasks that we perform in our daily life, are heavily based on habit-based, instinctive motor skills. So perseverance is a topic that will be covered in these Yellowstone Papers and will appear many times throughout this book.

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TABLE of CONTENTS:

Introduction Description of Book

1        Successful Coaching for Life

2        Perseverance of Sports Performance

3        Focus Factor of Sports

4        Natural Instinct for an Athlete’s Sports Performance

5        Confidence from Sacrifice and Perseverance

6        Good Grief and What it can Produce

7        The PRIMOS of Importance to Establish Purpose, Results, Incremental Metrics, and Objectives Sustaining

8        Correct a Wrong Act with a Right Action

9        Situational Awareness- Understanding the Impact of Athlete’s Sequential Routine for Developing  Consistency and Confidence

10      Performance Faith-Based Training, not on Our Perception and Impression

10.9   KASPER Golf Coaching TECH

11      Trust and Rely Totally on Your Training

12      Finding proof of your beliefs strengthens them

13      Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle Performance Health Index Factor for Athletes’ Conditioning

14      The What & When DELPHI DIET

15      The CAST FITNESS SECTION

16      The CAST FITNESS Training

17      Lifestyle

18      18.0   Principles of True Grit Mental Sports Performance-

19      The 10 Subconscious Rules:

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