Richard H. Siegel, Ph.D. LMFT
Emotional Control Trainer
2345 W. Hillsboro Boulevard #105
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
They were confident and in the zone while they played.
They were focused with little or no distractions in mind.
So what can help athletes stay in the zone
on a more reliable and consistent basis?
Simply put, “Cross Brain Communication” means how
well the left and right brains talk to each other.
In effect, how well-connected the two brains are.
The part of the brain that connects the two brains
coordinates all the information that passes between
the two hemispheres, physical and mental.
While the two brains always work together, the left side is in charge while awake, whereas the right hemisphere is more active during sleep. However, increasing Cross Brain Communication activates both sides at the same time, improving athletic performance.
Emotional Control Training boosts communication between the two brains by stimulating both sides at the same time. The improved flow of information between the two brains provides unsurpassed control, confidence and the self-possession it takes to be your best.