The Use of Electrodermal Biofeedback training for Peak Performance Training
A biofeedback program that helped U.S. Rhythmic Gymnastics Team member do their best by learning personal control.
Erik Peper, PhD. Andrea B. Schmid – Shapiro, Ed. D. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA
Even though athletes report that during competition their mental attitudes account for 80% or more of their success, few training programs systematically train athletes to control their mental attitudes. This protocol reports on the use of electrodermal response (EDR) biofeedback strategies to enhance peak performance. The biofeedback strategies are derived from our two year Mental Peak Performance Research and Training Program with United States Rhythmic Gymnastics Team (USRGT). These strategies, however, can be applied to any performer such as a figure skater, gymnast, sharp shooter, dancer or musician.
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