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Building an Uncommon Champion Do you have a child who loves to play hockey and dreams of being on a college, NHL or Olympic team one day So many children dream of this success, yet so few reach it How come In this book, Building an Uncommon Champion, Jennifer Matras will teach you from years of experience of working with athletes and also training with retired Navy SEALS, who are known as the best of the best, on how to help your child get to the next level along with helping them sustain success for a lifetime Other books may claim to get others to another level, but they only focus on building speed or strength Our program gives your child an uncommon advantage with proven techniques to enhance and sustain one s abilities in the arena, weight room, and classroom along with building world class leadership skills Through this audiobook your child will gain uncommon results in Mental toughness Focus and discipline Communication skills Self confidence Healthier relationships Over all performance And much Don t miss out on learning how to tap into the God given tools He gives us to be the best we can be Here s to leaving common for someone else

15 thoughts on “Building an Uncommon Champion: Help Your Child Redefine Success (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Jennifer Matras, Cassie Day, Morgan James Publishing: Audible Audiobooks

  1. pvc pvc says:

    Ce livre est une version 2.0 de la bible Au tout d but du livre, j tais surpris de voir une allusion gauche et droite sur dieu, etc Mais au fil des pages, ce livre est devenu un playdoyer pour dieu et une ode Jesus Christ Je ne m attendais pas du tout ca la lecture du r sum du livre Pour un ath e, c est tr s difficile de lire un livre quand l hypoth se est erron eNon seulement l exp rience de l auteure est quand meme tr s, tr s limit e, mais de plus il n y a aucune base scientifique ses affirmations Elles sont certainement vraies car logiques , mais quand on lit un livre, c est pour avoir les arguments concrets derri re une th orie Ici, rien Pire, l auteur nonce de r elles Imb cilit s telles que le enfants devraient faire du weight lifting, sans support scientifique , sur base d arguments stupides C est dangereux.Et les affirmations sont quand meme tr s basiques inutile d crire un livre pour donner cette liste d id es De plus, l auteure n expose pas de techniques pour mettre ces l ments en place Or, c est justement a qui est important dans le coaching.On a finalement l impression que son livre se borne a faire r f rence d autres auteurs et en particulier cette fameuse bible Et in fine, ce livre est une s rie de phrases moralisatrices outrance.Avant mon valuation, ce livre n avait recu que des 5 toiles ca me semble incroyable Il n y en avait que 19, et pour un livre am ricain j aurais du me m fier c est beaucoup trop peu pour que ce livre ait t lu par une audience suffisante et repr sentative Ces 19 valuations manent sans aucun doute d un groupe de connaissance de l auteure.

  2. michelle day michelle day says:

    In her book, Jennifer reveals the trials and tribulations that she went through during her skating career and teenage years and into adulthood As she grew into her coaching career, she describes the many turns she took to get to where she is today and why she is so passionate about what she does She quotes many credible sources that helped her to form her philosophies and coaching style and the most credible of all, the Bible As a coach and parent of athletes, I have witnessed firsthand how Jennifer builds champions This is not simply a book filled with theory and philosophy rather one of fact that has been demonstrated by Jennifer on a daily basis It s amazing to be able to read a book of this nature and actually be able to experience the author putting it to use.As a coach and parent of athletes, I can honestly say that having the opportunity to work with Jennifer is an awesome experience as she lives to build people into not just great athletes, but great people I have seen parents stop having their son s or daughter s work with Jennifer because their kids complain that it is too hard or that Jennifer has too high of expectations If you are truly a parent who gets it and wants the best for your child, then you must be the adult and encourage your child to stick with it The outcome is way than you can ever expect When my oldest daughter started working with Jennifer, we struggled back and forth from loving it one day but hating it the most It was a battle to get her to her workouts Now, 4 years later, my daughter can t get enough She has matured to the point of getting it and realizing that if she wants to fulfill her dreams, she has to continue on this path She finally realizes that Jennifer has her best interest at heart and only wants her to succeed in everything she does Jennifer doesn t just coach my daughter on the ice and in the gym, but she teaches her those values in life that will help to make her a better overall person and very well rounded As Jennifer states in her book, someday hockey will come to an end and there is a life after The things Jennifer teaches will prepare your athlete for a lifetime of success.I ve been a student of Jennifer myself and I use a lot of what she teaches in my own coaching and even at work on occasion This truly is a great book which will inspire you to want to be the best that you can bein sports and in life Read the book and if you have the opportunity, enlist the expertise that Jennifer has to offer on the ice and in the gym You won t regret it

  3. Dennis G. German Dennis G. German says:

    This is a must read for all athletes, parents or grandparents of athletes It is extremely well written and provides the guidance necessary to excel in sports and in life The author has infused life experiences successes and failures to validate her lesson plans At 70 years old, I have learned many of these things the hard way through trial and error I only wish that a book like this had been written when I was a kid It is truly a great read.

  4. Anthony Esser Anthony Esser says:

    An amazing book I was a student of Jen s for 5 years prior to leaving for college and starting on my journey in nutrition, but this year I came back to shadow her for training and nutrition advice and I was blown away The AMAZING program she created has changed so much in the 3 years that I had left and I think that says a lot about who she is as a person She is never satisfied with just being good enough but instead is always looking for new opportunities and mentors to help deliver the ultimate package to her clients Coming back after three years definitely gave me a reality check at first because of how much a I had changed since I last saw her However after almost 9 weeks of training with her my mentality, sense of community and encouragement of others, views on certain aspects of life, religious understanding and appreciation for my lord and savior Jesus Christ have all changed for the better the list goes on and on and on Like I ve heard others say the program she designed will cause you to hate it at first because of the many reality checks you get thrown at you, but once those are out the way you have nothing but love and appreciation for not only the program but the woman behind it Once you have that you will want to go and spread what you ve learned because you see how her teachings sculpt you as a better human being, brother sister, owner, etc.So what does this have to do with the book Well all of Jennifer s teachings that she incorporates into her program are all contained in this book And don t think for a second that these teachings are just being spoke by her and not being acted upon Jen 100% practices what she preaches and I ve seen it first hand Going through her program has had nothing but a positive effect on my life and I fully believe if you incorporate these same teachings into yours you will LOVE the outcome So PLEASE join the movement to help change our society and get Jennifer s teachings out there

  5. Josh Josh says:

    In Building an Uncommon Champion, Jennifer not only talks about why so many of us define success for the wrong reasons, but how this is the root cause of some of the societal issues we are facing today depression, loneliness, disease, entitlement, greed etc More importantly, she gives solutions to these problems on a community scale that will transform your life, as well as those around you for the better Whether your goal is to become a professional athlete, business owner, doctor, or anything in between, Jennifer gives you her proven mental training techniques that will help you maximize your potential, while also using these skills and your platform to enrich those around you

  6. M Pauli M Pauli says:

    As a parent of a son currently in Coach Jennifer s training, I can confidently state that she coaches exactly as she preaches Training sessions are at the edge of the comfort zone where the growth is made The high fives are continuous and team spirit is high Students understand that their character is important than their competence Having a safe place for each player to work on their weaknesses, without judgement, and with support, is the only way to grow The message of this book is not only for high level atheletes, but can be applied to any team especially a family Support one another and make an effort to improve your community.

  7. Angela Angela says:

    Jennifer s unique combinations of experiences as a childhood athlete, Navy Seal training, and her empowerment coaching approach brings a fresh and much needed perspective in the athletic coaching industry She moves beyond the desire of building highly skilled athletes and focuses her instruction on building highly skilled human beings The principles taught by Jennifer focus on human traits that when combined with commitment, practice, and grit, will lead to developing any athlete into an uncommon champion.

  8. Michelle Eggenberger Michelle Eggenberger says:

    As a mother of two young boys I am so grateful for Jennifer Matras book, Building an Uncommon Champion As a mother trying to avoid my sons go through any challenges has been of great importance, yet what Jennifer proposes makes so much sense to me We need to teach them about the importance of adversity Don t run from struggle but embrace it knowing it will help you grow YES YES and YES Developing their character, their grit with unconditional faith and love Thanks so much Jennifer I loved your book and I know what I will be looking for in a transformational coach

  9. Angela Angela says:

    At a time when we need positive role models and uplifting and useful messages for our young athletes and children, this book fulfills this need perfectly This book will inspire parents and young people, but it has lessons for people of all age groups As a parent of a young athlete, I have observed first hand Jen s inspiring coaching style, motivational and spiritual teachings, and the energy she brings to everything she does This book takes you into Jen s early experiences that helped shape who she is today and how she approaches coaching young athletes Jen gives 110% into everything she does and it shows in this book.

  10. Paul Moggach Paul Moggach says:

    Row, row, row your boat read the book to Let s do this God are cornerstones to being uncommon for this author I have to say, having witnessed the real world of what Jennifer s philosophy can bring to a team and the many components of team players, parents, coaches friends, school teachers, community that this is an amazing read Hockey is life to many who will read this When hockey ends at some point for everyone Jennifer s message is that the lessons and the training with the CES Navy Seal philosophy can create a LIFE that is uncommon You can create championships every day and always Thank you coach for wanting to change the world and having the courage to move us outside our comfort zones Hooyay

  11. Mary Zielinski Mary Zielinski says:

    My kids loved this book It has helped them to focus on what really matters to them and what really is the reason I want them to play sports Jennifer did a great job at laying the ground work for them to not only become a better athlete but also a better student, team mate and friend I read this for my kids but am amazed at how much it helped me I will be able to read this book over and over to learn the lessons better and help my kids and myself continue to strive to be uncommon I hope that many of the uncommon things mentioned in this book will become common, by people reading and sharing this book Let s do this God

  12. Marishka Marishka says:

    Way to go Jennifer Thank you for creating this awesome book What a great resource for any parent trying to raise a child in today s environment We have been blessed to have Jennifer as a trainer and mentor for our 12 year old son for six years now and let me tell you she is the real deal She is an amazing trainer and person that definitely walks the walk She is truly a trainer of uncommon champions This book is filled with great advice with proven results for all sporting families and a must share with your kids

  13. Michael Pohl Michael Pohl says:

    In her book, Jennifer Matras details exactly what she teaches in her elite, one of a kind skating program, how to be uncommon on and off the ice If you want to get better as a player, coach, parent, or student there are lessons in this book that will challenge you to become the best version of yourself you can be I highly recommend you give it a read and pass it on to fellow players, coaches, parents, students or co workers, because if you take this great advice to heart you will grow and improve

  14. Abby Abby says:

    In her book, Building an Uncommon Champion, Jennifer explains with clarity the mindset and values that are necessary to become not only successful athletes, but overall better people She provides her readers with the inspiration and motivation that will empower them to be successful in all facets of life Throughout her book, Jennifer challenges her readers to step outside of their comfort zones, always strive for , and to stand out in a positive lightBE UNCOMMON

  15. Christine Lerch Christine Lerch says:

    We enrolled our son at Competitive Edge to develop strength, mobility and power skating Little did we know he would gain so much The core of Competitive Edge and this wonderful book is about embracing the values of hard work, respect, encouragement and accountability in everything you do We could not be happier with the development our young athlete has gained both physically and mentally This is a must read for any parent and young athlete.