BOOK COMMON SENSE NITO BREA
The former professional player and today international coach reveals to us the secrets of this sport. He sums up his life with paddle tennis in an engaging and enriching book.
If there is anyone who knows paddle tennis, it is Nito Brea. Although he himself did not want it, his time in professional competition and his obsession with the training of players who today are already established superstars such as Gaby Reca and Seba Nerone, were inoculating him with a wealth of information and tools that today -forcibly- make him one of the best coaches in the world, recognized both in America and in Europe.
In addition, his multiple role as coach, coach, team captain, his managerial past and his activity at the head of a club with a high-level training center end up configuring his suffering DNA to which Nito adds reflective capacity, spontaneity, toughness when it takes humor and even humor for the letter to enter and mark itself on fire in those who go through their training sessions. There are few professionals as complete and with as much personality as the one who today offers us this unavoidable reading for any player who has a minimum drive for growth, development and permanent improvement.
Throughout the different chapters and sections in which this work is divided, you will find a combination of techniques, advice, anecdotes, explanations and even confessions of who in this, his first editorial work, opens up to share all his wisdom and He does it clearly, with dedication and above all else, with what it takes to play paddle well: a high load of tons of common sense. Engaging, useful, fun, scientific, and no-nonsense.
This is the first book by Nito Brea, a paddle classic long before it came out of the oven.