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10 thoughts on “Atlas From the Streets to the Ring A Son's Struggle to Become a Man

  1. says:

    Another ridiculously good boxing book Teddy Atlas wasn’t a professional boxer himself but he had a tough tough youth and was under the aegis

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    I find that Atlas is a guy that those who have never fought seem to gobble up his every word I do not dislike Teddy but I find that he seems to celebrate himself a lot than those who have employed him seem to I think this book is a worthwhile read and will help you to understand and appreciate the man some but the book seems to avoid some fights and moments that one would prefer to read about while it goes in

  3. says:

    Damn this book was good At least one part of this book needs to be a filmWhat an incredible life What an interesting character study What an awesome experience listening to Teddy read it himself

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    How does a man thats a cold hearted criminal decide to change his life around by teaching boxing to younger audiences in the city of New York? It's ironic how people don't change their ways when there young but d

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    There is a recurring theme in books or memoirs of ex fighters or ex athletes or trainers etc Importance of training one's mind If there is fe

  6. says:

    A very interesting read about one of the most outspoken and influential trainers in boxing about his ups and downs his relations to various people and the one thing that he arguably values the most loyalty Truly

  7. says:

    It's been a long time since I read this but I can recall loving this book Love him or hate him Teddy Atlas is one of the smartest boxing heads in the game today this book gave an in depth insight as to many of the psychol

  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this book As a boxing coach myself from time to time find myself getting frustrated with some of my students Teddy showed me that it’s no different in the professional ranks but if you see some

  9. says:

    Read it ten years ago It had such an effect I bought it again and read it again recently I have given this book away as gifts It is not for everyone But there are some who need to read it I was one of them

  10. says:

    35 I can't say this is a book I'd pick up on my own but it was an interesting book club selection and I enjoyed parts of it very much

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Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó Teddy Atlas

For his role as a concentration camp boxer in the film Triumph of the Spirit; his journey to Poland to choreograph the film's boxing scenes; and his own performance in movies such as Play It to the Bone In sharing his stories Atlas reveals the philosophy by which he livesLike Teddy Atlas inimitable tough honest and wise this book inspires It is about so much than boxing It is a story of overcoming hardships of compassion for those in need of tremendous personal integrity and of personal and professional triumph. I really enjoyed this book As a boxing coach myself from time to time find myself getting frustrated with some of my students Teddy showed me that it s no different in the professional ranks but if you see something in someone sometimes you just have to trust your gut Great read

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Atlas From the Streets to the Ring A Son's Struggle to Become a Man

Of all the people who have affected by my life and influence the choices I've made none has been important than my fatherSo begins the autobiography of legendary boxing trainer and commentator Teddy Atlas who grew from the rebellious son of a doctor to a man who embraces and lives by his father's values and codeIn this gritty spellbinding tale Atlas recounts his fascinating life as a juvenile delinuent on the streets of Staten Island; as a boxer and Golden Gloves champion under the tutelage of famed trainer Cus. Damn this book was good At least one part of this book needs to be a filmWhat an incredible life What an interesting character study What an awesome experience listening to Teddy read it himself

Free read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó Teddy Atlas

D'Amato; as a companion to the dangerous unpredictable Sammy the Bull Gravano up until the day Gravano turned rat and brought down crime boss John Gotti; and as a trainer of champions and contenders among them fourteen year old Mike Tyson and heavyweight Michael Moorer whom he led to the crown with a win over Evander HolyfieldEually engrossing are Teddy Atlas's accounts of training dancer and choreographer Twyla Tharp for her successful comeback at age forty two; his work with actor Willem Dafoe preparing him. There is a recurring theme in books or memoirs of ex fighters or ex athletes or trainers etc Importance of training one s mind If there is fear endurance concentration involved in your activities mind is the weapon Body is important as well but body training follows mind training and not the other way around It is particularly easy to sit on a sofa with a book in your hands read about all the mental toughness and regime that is described in these books It is not easy to do that mental physical training though Easy to read and think difficult to go and do But going and doing is far important as well This is the aftermath after Teddy Atlas book I did not uite like it fully Especially that always right honest and knowing what s best attitude Well he is right about all the situations most of the time but that righteousness gives a slightly bitter taste on what would otherwise be an excellent book excellent memoir of a great trainer who was at least partly responsible for Mike Tyson s career and who raised a bunch of other great kids possibly great human beings and great boxers as well