Speed Secrets Coaches Can Provide Individual Instruction For Drivers Wishing To Improve Their Performance SURREY, B.C., Canada, July 29 - As most series have passed the halfway point in their 2009 seasons, teams and drivers are trying to earn as...
Speed Secrets Coaches Can Provide Individual Instruction For Drivers Wishing To Improve Their Performance
SURREY, B.C., Canada, July 29 - As most series have passed the halfway point in their 2009 seasons, teams and drivers are trying to earn as many remaining points as they can to make the year a success. One way to ensure the best possible results is to follow the suggestions of a professional driver coach such as those available through Ross Bentley's Speed Secrets program.
Speed Secrets has studied sports psychology, kinesiology, human performance, learning strategies and advanced coaching techniques to ensure that its coaches understand the science of going fast and can make suggestions to improve any driver's performance. Programs for entire racing teams or individual drivers can be custom designed regardless of the series.
While the physical techniques of driving, such as the cornering line, braking, shifting, balancing the car, etc. are critically important, the mental skills required to perform at one's best are typically what separates the best drivers from the rest. Speed Secrets pioneered the integration of mental training and performance/race driving, and it is unique in its ability to work with drivers on improving both their mental and physical techniques.
Speed Secrets takes a holistic approach to driving, including vehicle and track dynamics, engineering, communications, teamwork, driving technique, race strategy, testing, fitness, nutrition, marketing and career management. It coined the term "The Complete Driver" to define the approach it takes to help drivers become the best they can be, no matter what level of the sport in which they participate.
Speed Secrets' coaches are hand picked so they not only have their own extensive background and experience to bring to the table, but they can also teach. Each participates in an initial 20 hours of training and then receives additional on-going training.
Perhaps their most important attribute is their motivation. For them, coaching is not just a way for them to be at the track so they can look for their own next ride. They are professionals who are there to improve their clients' performances.
For more information see Speed Secrets' Web site at speedsecrets.com, call toll-free 1-866-773-7198, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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