Interview with Dr. Jack Singer on Core Sports Performance
Dr. Jack was interviewed by Chris Shugart, the editor of T-Nation.
The ball is snapped. The quarterback takes a few steps back and looks downfield. Nothing. Then the defensive line fails and about a 1000 pounds of muscled meanness barrels toward him. A receiver suddenly breaks into the open and the quarterback lifts his arm to throw…
At this moment, the amount of weight the quarterback can bench press doesn't matter much. His VO2 max just isn't that important. In fact, his body has become a secondary element in his eventual success or failure. Maybe he'll throw an interception. Maybe he'll choke under the pressure and get clobbered.
But not if he has trained with Dr. Jack Singer.
Dr. Jack Singer is an elite level Sports Psychologist. He's the secret weapon of many professional athletes...continue reading »