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Book review: The Barefoot Coach | How sports can benefit from psychological coaching

Published: June 2, 2019 1:35:05 AM

How sports can benefit from psychological coaching, as exemplified by Paddy Upton, who quit competitive cricket at 25 to take up a career in sports coaching.

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Book review: Beyond the bookshelves

Updated: 02 Jun 2019, 02:41 PM IST Somak Ghoshal

If there’s one man who has witnessed the ups and downs of Indian cricket from close quarters over the last decade, it is Paddy Upton. From working with the South African team as a fitness trainer to becoming a coach in professional sport, he has covered varied ground. With his rich experience in all formats of the game, especially in Twenty20s, he offers tips, tricks and keys to success, bolstered by candid anecdotes that come from years of working closely with international stars.

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Book review: The Barefoot Coach, Paddy Upton

Updated: Madhu Jawali, June 02 2019

The book is not just about the different individuals and various teams that Upton worked with, it is also a personal mirror that reveals his gradual evolution as an individual.

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Batting on the front foot

Updated: Apr 29, 2019, 07:08 IST | Shunashir Sen

In his new book, the Indian cricket team’s former mental conditioning coach, Paddy Upton, gives readers a no-holds-barred insight into what the sport has taught him about life and people in general.

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