The FocusedAlert Protocol screen shows how it changes over time, going from right (present) to left (past). There are several cycles of Focus (yellow) and Alertness (orange), punctuated by microbreaks. The grey at the bottom indicates that there was very little muscle tension during the recording.
Our recent discoveries led to the development of the FocusedAlert and Neureka! Protocols. The FocusedAlert Protocols add the dimension of Alertness to the Focus measurement. It takes a lot of mental energy to keep this degree of alertness or arousal going. The Peak Achievement Trainer® can be used to enhance your mental energy capacity and also to decrease your utilization so that you have greater energy reserves. We have recently developed methods to train for an Optimal Alertness Range.
This Alertness dimension is also easy to understand and control, usually taking less than two minutes. The Peak Achievement Trainer’s® new FocusedAlert Program allows you to monitor and train concentration and alertness as separate dimensions of attention–separately or simultaneously. With the same, simple Sensor hook-up, you can observe and reinforce measures that respond to both single-pointed focus and “on-the-edge” high Alertness, that extra arousal which occurs right before you hit the ball. You can also learn to stay calm and focused, decreasing your stress and improving your mental stamina.
The optimal approach to optimizing performance is to analyze and improve it on a moment to moment basis. With the FocusedAlert Program, you can now have the precision necessary to actually see the user’s concentration and alertness separately at every moment during the performance of a work, study, or athletic activity, as well as to train the underlying skills. You can train yourself to visualize better, using the feedback for Focus as an indication of the quality and completeness of your visualization. We have found that it is possible to train the user by providing feedback during their visualization of a performance, thereby eliminating problems produced by movement artifacts.
The package also includes a data review program which allows you to see the entire session at a glance, zoom in on a particular portion of the session, print out results and export data to other programs.
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