Bounce: The Myth Of Talent And The Power Of Practice


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Originally published as BOUNCE: How Champions Are MadeThe ‘Freakonomics of Sport’…What are the real secrets of sporting success, and what lessons do they offer about life in general? Why doesn’t Tiger Woods “choke”? Why are the best figure skaters those that have fallen over the most and why has one small street in Reading produced more top table tennis players than the rest of the country put together.As a three-time Commonwealth table-tennis champion and two-time Olympian, Matthew Syed is perfectly placed to show what it takes to get to the top in any discipline


And as an award-winning writer for the sports and comment pages of the Times and holder of a prize-winning degree from Oxford University he knows the facts, the science and the personalities better than anyone.In his book Matt overturns myths and outdated thinking to show why it is that top sportsmen seem to perceive faster, smarter and deeper than the rest of us. He draws on the latest in neuroscience and psychology to discover why so many top athletes are superstitious, and meets the Hungarian man who turned his daughters into three of the

Fresh, ground-breaking and tackling subjects with wide appeal, Matthew s book is sure to be one of the most talked-about of the year.

Matthew s book is crammed full of fascinating stories and telling studies, insights and statistics, all brought together to make a wonderfully thought-provoking read.Matthew s book is not simply the Freakonomics of sport though it looks at big questions such as the nature of talent, what kind of practice actually works, how to achieve motivation, drugs in sport and life and whether black people really are faster runners

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