Take Me to the Zone – Mental Performance Coaching
As people understand the zone as a progressive state of connecting with heart intelligence rather than a one- shot place of magical peak experience, then zone achievement becomes more hopeful and the process more simple. HeartMath’s technology can be used as a preparation before playing or competing in sports, similar to stretching and other exercises. It will help prevent choking by adding rhythm to your brain-muscle coordination and provide quicker energy recoup when under pressure.
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5 of the World’s Best Athletes Reveal the Secrets of the Zone
Some masters of flow — including Travis Rice, Jimmy Chin, Chase Jarvis, Mike Horn, Dean Potter, Danny Way and Ian Walsh — talk about what the flow experience is like for them…
How Great Athletes Find “The Zone”
Being in “the zone” is a universal phenomenon experienced by almost all elite athletes. So what is this “zone”? How can athletes find it? And how does it affect athletic performance? Not surprisingly, sport psychologists have been asking these questions for many years; and luckily, they have come up with some interesting and helpful conclusions about this “zone” and how it influences athletes…
Flow – The Zone Mental State
In positive psychology, flow, also known colloquially as being in the zone, is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity. In essence, flow is characterized by complete absorption in what one does, and a resulting loss in one’s sense of space and time.
Superfluidity: Peak Performance Beyond a State of ‘Flow’
I define Superfluidity as the episodic upper-tier of the Flow experience. Creating a state of Flow is the springboard for piercing through to a state of Superfluidity. It is a state of performing with zero friction, zero viscosity, and superconductivity — it is a state of absolute harmony and endless energy. Superfluid performance in sports or the arts are moments that you want to replay in slow motion so that you can deconstruct the play-by-play details of how someone did something that seemed almost humanly impossible…
Reaching the next level of athletic performance depends upon your ability to regulate emotions and manage stress. Athletes who combine mental and emotional training with physical training have a competitive advantage and are better equipped to enter into the peak performance zone more consistently.
I provide simple and effective technology that gives athletes training for the ability to increase emotional resilience, reaction time and accurate decision making…