I am excited to announce the release of my first book, available as a Kindle e-book from Amazon!
“How To Calm Your Mind” is a holistic approach to achieving peace of mind that frees you to be your optimal self. I combine my experience of athletic training and competition with my expertise as a master instructor and trainer in this guide, to help you become a stronger- and happier- competitor!
Apps and Books!
2015 is shaping up to be a significant year for me personally, with the culmination of many years of work and study coming together.
If you have been following this Blog and my Facebook posts for the past few years, you will know that I have been working very hard on two important projects- creating and developing my series of fitness apps, and publishing a series of books on subjects which I am passionate about.
Last month, I launched the first in my series of fitness apps, “Vitruvian Qi”, which is a dynamic warm up and full bodyweight workout, available to download for free from the App Store!
In the coming months, I am releasing a series of e-books focusing on issues such as fat loss, bodyweight training, health and fitness, athletic performance and sports psychology.
“How To Calm Your Mind”
I am very pleased to release the first of my books this month, “How To Calm Your Mind”, available from Amazon as an e-book!
I hope you will find this to be a candid and inspiring guide. I adopt a holistic approach to help you achieve the peace of mind that frees you to be your optimal self.
I bring to this guide my personal experience of the rigours of training and competition with my expertise as a master instructor and trainer. Drawing on fields as diverse as yoga, Traditional Chinese Medicine and sports psychology, I aim to present a clear step-by-step guide to help you become a stronger and happier competitor.
Here is a blurb about my book-
“In true athletic fashion, Eathorne attacks the problem from all sides, engaging the reader through creative tactics that align and transform body, mind and soul, and blast away the psychological barriers that hold us back from reaching for personal best. With humour and understanding, he walks the reader through a series of proactive short-term and long-term strategies for achieving the calm and positivity that imparts a winning attitude in all areas of life.”