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Eight Golden Rules for How to Play Your Best Tennis (Anglais) Broché – 2012

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"Bright and happy," "light and whimsical" have been the catch phrases attached to the writing and art of Sally Huss for over 30 years. Sweet images dance across all of Sally's creations, whether in the form of children's books, paintings, wallpaper, ceramics, baby bibs, purses, clothing, or her King Features Syndicated newspaper panel "Happy Musings."

Before graduating from USC with a degree in Fine Art in the 60's, Sally had already become a champion tennis player, having won the Wimbledon and U.S. Junior titles and been a Wimbledon semi-finalist in the Women's Division in both singles and doubles. Carrying both her brushes, pens, plus rackets in her hands, she continued to operate in two arenas. With her husband Marv Huss, former head of Advertising and Promotion for Hallmark Cards, they developed the renowned Aspen Club in Colorado, a luxury health spa and tennis facility. After that, they embarked on building a string of 26 Sally Huss Galleries across the country offering Sally's art, writings, and licensed products.
Through the galleries, Sally's creations have found their way into millions of offices, hotels, and homes, including those of Clint Eastwood, Kirk Douglas, Joel Gray, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Mitt Romney.

Presently the Husses reside on an art ranch in Fallbrook, California, where Sally indulges herself in her life-long passion of writing and illustrating her own books. The majority of these books are for children, while others touch on her expertise as a tennis champion, and still others reveal her positive philosophy of life. Her creations are still "bright and happy, "light and whimsical" after all these years!

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Your Best Tennis 17 janvier 2012
Par tim - Publié sur
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I met Sally in her art gallery. She impressed me with her energy and enthusiasm. So her book on how to play you best tennis reflects, not surprisingly, the respect, gratitude, and fun that she brings to the game.
Does it free you to play your beat tennis? It does me.
My challenge is not focusing on winning or losing- this tightens me, restricts my movement and creativity, while causing me to lose focus on the ball.
Sally's Rules are simple to read, not so simple to implement.
Practice helps.
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Five Stars All the Way 26 juillet 2013
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I thoroughly enjoyed the book. It is certainly resplendent with gems for the tennis player and for participants in any sport. It is sage advice for any competitive sports interaction, and as life is also competitive and full of social interaction, these rules are just as valuable for the day to day approach to one's daily activities.

I have been fortunate enough to play with Sally as a partner and an opponent many times. She personifies her eight rules in every respect. She is always positive. She obviously enjoys the game every time she plays. Her attitude, respect and interest in the other participants shows through and her very genuine kindness to people personifies the guidance in the book. She plays a relaxed zen type of game and hits the ball smoothly and accurately and as her guidance suggests, definitely in the now, as she smoothly hits well placed winners.

Anyone who plays tennis, contemplates playing tennis or any other sport will benefit from this book. It is a fine read and a great guide for life. Certainly a five star effort from my perspective
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Keep It Simple: Think Positive! 10 juillet 2013
Par Cynthia - Publié sur
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If you've ever played a game of tennis saying, "'I'm having a bad day," you'll think twice about spouting such negativity after reading this little book. It's short--only 32 pages. At first glance, its message seems simple and implied. But if you really listen to what the author is saying, its meaning is quite complex, requiring thoughtful reflection and discipline in implementing the rules. It claims that by negating the doubts and demons of your game and embracing the 8 mantras, you can unlock your inner potential on the court and learn to play with acquired wisdom, knowledge of the game, and your natural ability. I can't wait to give it a try!
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Ball booster!!!!!! 10 octobre 2014
Par frisco fun - Publié sur
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Thank you for writing this book. With all the craziness of women's tennis, I was ready quit!! I needed a boost, and since I've played for 43 years, I knew the boost was internal. I read the book last night before my match today and followed the rules. I am known as a lobber, but also can hit a really heavy ball. The book made me aware that I love to hit the ball. Today, I knocked the stuffing out of the ball and won 2 and 4. Also I was extra kind not only to my partner (always kind to partners), but actually went overboard to opponents. All stress of winning seemed to evaporate. Several times during the match, I had to remind myself that the ball is my friend and that I play tennis so that I can hit that yellow fuzzy ball. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! And I am also thanking my body for the energy to win. I am 68 with two knee replacements, a reconstructed foot from a torn anterior tibia tendon and missing a lobe of my right lung and Texas was a hot humid 95 degrees for our match today. I experienced such positive energy that I never felt the heat. I will read this book at least once a week. Thank you. Tennis is more than having an arsenal of shots and this book explains how to use internal emotions to enjoy the gift being able to play
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Tennis: The Man in the Mirror 24 octobre 2013
Par Unknown - Publié sur
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Frustrated with your tennis game at times? Frustrated with yourself? Your opponent? Not having fun? Not sure exactly what to focus on in a match? Or what your kids should be focusing on? This is the book for you and your life outside of tennis as well. Our preoccupation with a hyper competitive, egotistical approach to sports truly lacks an overall core philosophy that we can rely upon to help us perform freely in the moment. Unlike other books, there are simple exercises that can easily be remembered and applied instantly to your game and mental approach. The solutions to playing with fear, anxiety, and anger are brilliant in their originality and ease of application. Overall the book is perfect for coaches, parents, and players of all sports who think that trying harder is always the answer. A classic for learning to relax, have fun, perform better, and play in the zone.
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