Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) December 23, 2013
Few elite athletes would make it to the top of their sport without good coaching, and now top sportspeople can get excellent coaching on relationships specifically for them. The personal life of a top athlete is just different. Athletes and those close to them need to understand the stresses that affect an athlete’s career and relationships. In his recently released book Enhance or Destroy Your Athletic Career: Relationship Lessons from an Elite Athlete, former Olympian Dr. Rhadi Ferguson provides the insight and guidance top athletes and their loved ones need to enjoy successful and long-lasting relationships.
The rules of romance and family life are different for top athletes, and before anyone cries ‘foul’, Dr. Ferguson offers the voice of experience and reason on the subject. His experience as an elite athlete and coach means he has seen first-hand exactly what the problems and pitfalls are. Athletes have to choose their sport first because it will not wait, but that does not mean they have to forgo meaningful relationships. Enhance or Destroy Your Athletic Career: Relationship Lessons from an Elite Athlete offers pragmatic advice on how to succeed in sports and relationships by developing priorities and clear communication.
Discover Why It Really Is Different for Top Athletes
Athletes who want to make it to the top know they need to live by different rules. They sacrifice a lot to stay on a strict diet and schedule, and now they have the help they need to take the same approach to relationships. It is not a cop out or excuse elite athletes have to make tough choices if they want to succeed in their sport. The people close to them their parents, friends, and partners can help or hinder their success, and in Enhance or Destroy Your Athletic Career: Relationship Lessons from an Elite Athlete, Dr. Ferguson explains how to make a relationship with a top competitive athlete work.