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Optimal Activation Zone

Updated: Nov 12, 2023

Zone 1: Hypovigilance

  • Aware of what is going on around;

  • Able to analyze game information;

  • Possible to make simple and usual movements (automatisms);

  • Moment of rest (almost falling asleep);

  • Too passive and lets himself be dominated by the game.

Zone 2: Optimal Activation Zone

  • Able to be active and make important decisions;

  • Able to create moves;

  • In an area that allows you to dominate the game and to be mentally / physically ready and in the game.

Zone 3: Hyperstress

  • Dominated by his emotions whether they are negative or positive;

  • Carried by emotions, not being aware of what is really going on;

  • Loss of energy;

  • Inability to make coherent movements;

  • Too passive and lets oneself be dominated by emotions => misses out on the game

Tip: Go from zone 1 to zone 2 (To do for 30 seconds):

  • Get energized by taking a long breath in through the nose (well-inflated stomach / thorax / shoulder) and breathe out quickly through the mouth. To repeat several times.

  • Make dynamic movements.

Tip: Go from zone 3 to zone 2 (To do for 30 seconds):

  • Relax by taking a long breath in through your nose (well inflated stomach / chest / shoulder) and breathe out slowly through your mouth. To repeat several times.

  • Make slow movements.



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