The goal of neurofeedback training is to develop control over anxiety and eliminate
mental barriers to performance. The result is improved ability to regulate attention
and focus one's skills. For example, in golf, improved mental preparation before
a tee shot, drive, or putt, translates into improvement in both the level and consistency
Neurofeedback is one of the vital tools used by major sports teams and Olympic champions
to achieve peak performance.
"Brainwave technology is the future of competitive sports. It helped me to focus
and concentrate, keeping cool under pressure." - Richard Faulds, Olympic Gold Medal
winner, Sydney 2000
Did You Know?
NASA trains astronauts with EEG Biofeedback to improve attention and alertness while
The US Olympic Team trains athletes with general biofeedback and EEG biofeedback
to improve performance.
Wired for Victory- Can a bunch of electrodes and a computer screen help you swim
faster, sink your putts, and swish your free throws?
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