Learn from the best athlete in Spain’s history how to bring out the best in you
Rafa Nadal is not here to teach us how to win tournaments, but to address others and ourselves constructively, to respect our opponents and to chase our dreams with perseverance.
Incorporate the key teachings of his training to your own routine, and you will achieve excellence in all departments of your life.
We usually admire successful people; we quietly envy their triumphs from a distance, but rarely get the chance to know the practices that have led them to the top. And this is precisely what this book will bring to you: a deep and detailed analysis of the strategies of the best Spanish athlete in history, so that you can deal with life using Rafa Nadal’s tactics.
The authors have gathered and compiled the routines and daily mental training of the champion, to give you access to the secret of his success. It all comes down to a method, presented here in a clear and solid manner, reviewing each of Rafa’s routines, all of them collected and endorsed by a team of experts in each department: philosophers, educators, doctors, psychologists… The book also features the priceless advice and opinions of Toni and Rafa Nadal.
Passion, consistency, coherence, gratefulness, sacrifice, teamwork… Rafa’s method will allow you to adopt and develop the routines of the grandmaster, make the best out of your potential, and tailor your future accordingly. Nadalize yourself and take advantage of all the resources within you, because the good news is that you already have them.
In Spain, Nadalise means to overcome an unfavourable situation. Although the Roland Garros final of 2022 was done in three sets (6-3. 6-3, 6-0), the worst enemy is still alive and kicking. Also known as Müller-Weiss syndrome, it is the necrosis that has been eating away a bone in Rafa’s left foot. Before each game, Nadal had “put it to sleep” with an injection to avoid the pain. A new treatment is underway, but Rafa is not aiming to sacrifice everything to tennis. As he says, life is more important than any other title. (Paris Match, June 17th 2022)