Finding your Zone through Synchrony
Before her passing Dr. Rayma Ditson-Sommer developed ground-breaking strategy for pre-Olympian swimmers for finding their mental, emotional and physical zone through whole brain synchrony. This article details her initial use of light and sound with Olympians at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia (Between the 2000 Olympics and the Summer Olympics in England, shortly before her passing, Dr. Ditson-Sommer instructed over 50 United States Olympians win over 50 Gold, Silver and Bronze Olympic Medals).
It all started with Klete Keller winning a Bronze in the 400 meter freestyle in the Sydney 2000 Olympics. Gary Hall Jr. and Anthony Ervin winning medal after medal until the 50 meter freestyle competition with the greatest swimmers in the world. As the gun went off, Gary and Anthony pulled side by side until they set a record winning pace and an upset in a tie for the Gold medal.
As the Olympics ended, Rayma Ditson-Sommer, Ph.D. and her Phoenix, Arizona Traing Center had coached athletes to 9 Medal standings through the use of neurointegration and neurotechnology light and sound. All training was centered on timing with mental training protocols being included in all aspects of daily workouts.
The outstanding difference in the approach to the 2000 Olympics training regimen of these medal winners was the daily use of light and sound mind machine programs based on sports research for each program written by Dr. Ditson-Sommer.