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"training is getting better - on Sunday,I became Croatian Champion in the mix doubles with an average 180 in qualifying rounds, 204 in the semifinals & finals 214.I was soooooo happy that day.....work pays off!," writes Croatian bowler Daniela Funda, who attended my camp in December in Zagreb as well as did a 2-day lesson and fit change Feb 16 & 17 2013.  She was averaging 165 at the time.
 

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Written by Joe Slowinski   
Saturday, 12 June 2010

Image In the July 2010 Slowinski at-large, I discuss new research on the powerful impact of the quiet eye on elite performance as well as maximizing performance under stressful competition environments.  In conclusion, I recommend a targeting process utilizing the quiet eye process.

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 31 October 2010 )
 
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