Being a great athlete requires high perceptual cognitive skills in order to read the game and anticipate in time on every situation while maintaining optimal sensor motor skills at the same time. In order to be able to process all this sensory and motion related information an athlete needs to be in “the zone” – also often referred to as “the flow state” – during the game as long as possible.

Being able to concentrate no matter what and to be in the zone during your game as much as possible is a major determining factor for playing your best game. Optimizing your neuro chemistry plays in crucial role in that process.