Introducing Scott Ford, author of Welcome to the Zone

“I have truly enjoyed my publishing experience with OP. Everyone I have communicated with has gone overboard to help me understand the process. Thanks, Lisa and thanks, OP!”

Author, clinician, and performance specialist, Scott Ford has presented his unique approach to playing tennis in the zone at the prestigious:

USTA National Tennis Teachers Conference
USPTA World Congress on Tennis
Canadian National Tennis Teachers Conference
2000 Pre-Olympic Congress of Sports Science and Health in Brisbane, Australia.

Scott teaches at the Colorado Athletic Club Inverness in Englewood, Colorado. For more information visit: tennisinthezone.com

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Book description…

Listen to Scott’s interview on “The Book Club: Welcome To The Zone, Part 1” at: http://www.internetradiopros.com/bookclub/

“Scott has devoted his entire professional career to understanding and mastering the zone in tennis. His training system is both effective and practical. His approach clearly demonstrates the importance of visualization in achieving peak performance.”
– Dr. Jim Loehr, author of The Power of Full Engagement

Flow, the zone, peak performance…there are different names for it, but you know how powerful it is when you’re there. Conventional coaching wisdom says there is no reliable formula to reach that state, but Scott Ford is here to turn that thinking on its head.

Inspired by his own experience, Scott developed The Parallel Mode Process, a real protocol to get in the zone. Peak performance is directly related to enhanced consciousness, and you can learn to create it. The body-mind presence that Scott teaches has useful applications in all parts of your life, but if you’re looking to improve your tennis game exponentially and consistently, Welcome to the Zone is the book for you.

Get in the zone by choice, not by chance!

One thought on “Introducing Scott Ford, author of Welcome to the Zone

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