There are many skills and conditions that contribute to peak performance, including focus, attention, practice and knowing the material (for example, a musical score, rules of a game or the science behind a chemical reaction). Remove one of those elements and it’s unlikely peak performance will follow.
Neurofeedback can contribute enormously to one’s ability to focus, pay attention and stay “on task” during practice and performance. At the same time, brain training can bring under control some of the impediments to peak performance, such as perfectionism, performance anxiety, stress and unruly emotions.
With brain training, plus an occasional “booster” session, people in high-demand careers and those looking for improved personal bests can achieve the calm, focused attitude that leads to consistent peak performance.
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