Focus Training for Sports


Changes are occurring in the way athletes prepare, learn and perform in all levels of competition. Coaches are incorporating a mind / body approach. Sports medical professionals are realizing that preparation is for both mind and muscle, that mental practice is as necessary as physically practicing body movements. Athletes realize the power they possess mentally. And by focusing that strength while performing competively nets positive results.

Whether an athlete is pre-Olympian, Olympian or professional, they are contacting Rayma Ditson-Sommer, Ph.D. for their focus training. Since the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Olympians that Dr. Sommer has worked with have won over 40 medals. With the 2012 Olympics about to begin in London that medal count will most assuredly rise.

Dr. Sommer has developed Vibro-Neuro Integration Technology (VIT) combining influences of vibration from sound, color and touch on the mind and body connection. This non-invasive approach utilizes specific color lenses and binaural beats to stimulate the brain for better function in situations of challenge. VIT™ was developed by Rayma Ditson-Sommer, Ph.D. after several years of research. Still in the infancy stage, this modality has proven to be highly effective in areas of learning, personal growth, power over adversity and establishing states of wellbeing. It is important to realize that thoughts are energy and have their own unique vibrations. Thoughts influence our brain and body vibrations and act as building blocks for our minds. We become what we think. The VIT system contains sessions for deep sleep, calmness development, coolness under pressure and many other mental skills to enhance your competitive performance and is extremely useful during active training for directing the brain to the proper brain wave for learning. The VIT focus training system includes six different color lenses (red, yellow, orange, green, blue, violet) and ten binaural beat audio sessions, along with a padded case and excellent owners guide.More information about VIT focus training will be posted in the weeks ahead. 


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