The toughest competitors are relentless people who will do whatever it takes to gain victory over and over. Famous trainer Tim S. Grover, who worked with Michael Jordan, Dwayne Wade and the late Kobe Bryant, among other champions, calls these people “cleaners,” champs you can depend on to clean up any situation. Grover explains the nature of relentlessness, details what makes cleaners stand out, and explains – sometimes in salty language and without much of a nod to work-life balance – how their remarkable resoluteness is a tough-minded attribute any determined competitor can achieve.
About the Authors
CEO of Attack Athletics Tim S. Grover works with championship and Hall of Fame athletes. Shari Lesser Wenk has been a literary agent, editor and sports book ghostwriter since 1983.
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