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Dr. Andrew Huberman Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁 What is STATE??? 👇👇👇

Dr. Andrew Huberman @OptimizeState #AthletigenACP


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ALTIS @ALTIS🔁“Play and playfulness is really just goofing around with the space-time relationships of movement. The defocused but twitter.com goal oriented nature of play makes it particularly useful for learning as well as decreasing arousal state.” -Dr. Andrew Huberman
ALTIS @ALTIS🔁“We know anecdotally great athletes are exceptional in focusing their attention when they need to. However, high perf twitter.com ormers also tend to have an exceptional ability to systematically defocus and relax.” -Dr. Andrew Huberman
ALTIS @ALTIS🔁Melatonin is a hormone that is secreted to make us sleep, but it also significantly reduces testosterone production. twitter.com Supplementing with melatonin can result in a 20-40% decrease in testosterone. -Dr. Andrew Huberman
Devin Cornelius @Deca_Dev🔁“We know anecdotally great athletes are exceptional in focusing their attention when they need to. However, high performers also tend to have an exceptional ability to systematically defocus and relax.” -Dr. Andrew Huberman
Stuart McMillan @StuartMcMillan1🔁Mental toughness, to me, is the ability to see your situation in a broader scheme of situations. Difficulty, in the right perspective, has the potential to be a major growth point. -Dr. Andrew Huberman
WL Track & Field @WLTrackField🔁“Trying to control all external factors is impossible. Thus, internal control is of utmost importance.” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
Ellie Kormis (Spain) @EllieSpain🔁“The amount of plasticity you can get as an adult may be equal to that as a child but it takes intense attentional focus.” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
Bernado Henry @Wayne07050🔁Melatonin is a hormone that is secreted to make us sleep, but it also significantly reduces testosterone production. Supplementing with melatonin can result in a 20-40% decrease in testosterone. -Dr. Andrew Huberman
Chidi Enyia @Chidi1Enyia🔁Wellness = a combination of Alert & Calm + Sleep

Trauma = Panic + Stress

Dr. Andrew Huberman


Anderson @bricesdad🔁“It’s when everything feels good that you have to worry about yourself the most. If we’re never feeling frustration then we’re not growing and learning. Frustration is an opportunity.” -Dr. Andrew Huberman
SIUE Cougars S&C @SIUEStrength🔁Exposure to natural light in the morning and the evening is our body’s most fundamental time reference anchor. Our circadian rhythms, which effect our sleep cycles, are set according to our exposure to light. -Dr. Andrew Huberman
Chidi Enyia @Chidi1Enyia🔁ATTENTION ➡️ AROUSAL ➡️ STRESS

Sleep is the single most important way to optimize plasticity! 😴 💤 🛏

Dr. Andrew Huberman


Joe Gurley @StacheStrength🔁“Play and playfulness is really just goofing around with the space-time relationships of movement. The defocused but goal oriented nature of play makes it particularly useful for learning as well as decreasing arousal state.” -Dr. Andrew Huberman
Thaddeus Powell @Tpoetical🔁“If science is really good at what it does it should be descriptive, predictive, and actionable under different conditions!” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
dpfaff @PfaffSC🔁“It’s important to note if performers are making mistakes of action OR in-action!” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
dpfaff @PfaffSC🔁“Most elite performers are really good at controlling their state in one specific condition.” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
dpfaff @PfaffSC🔁“Adult plasticity occurs when their is ATTENTION and ANTICIPATION of a reward.” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
dpfaff @PfaffSC🔁“You have to think about the sophistication of the circuit you’re trying to change - the closer you are to the midline, the more primitive the circuit and the longer it will take to change.” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
dpfaff @PfaffSC🔁“Frustration and failure can be signals of triggering adult plasticity!” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
danalis @dlisforrest🔁“We are losing the ability to de-focus as we spend the majority of our day in a focused state - this is a problem!”

Dr. Andrew Huberman


Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁The sport(s) an athlete competed in at the developmental level will tell you a lot about their neural control. - Dr. Andrew Huberman
Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁Regulating state is easy when there are no stressors - as stress increases and we move towards action the challenge to control intensifies! - Dr. Andrew Huberman
Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁This control may equate to withholding action until the appropriate time. - Dr. Andrew Huberman
Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁“The two major entry points to control your state are customized patterns of voluntary breathing and specific patterns of vision.” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁 “40% of your brain is devoted to visual processing!” - Dr. Andrew Huberman @OptimizeState #AthletigenACP twitter.com
Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁“Expanding your visual field and dialing OUT your focus will lower your stress level!” - Dr. Andrew Huberman
Tyler Goodale @TyGoodale🔁The ability to shift focus between two places is vital for optimization! - Dr. Andrew Huberman
dpfaff @PfaffSC🔁Can’t thank Dr. Andrew Huberman enough for that phenomenal presentation! Stay current with his latest projects through and
dpfaff @PfaffSC🔁“Voluntary breathing patterns work well as a control knob for arousal state because the breathing centers of the brain are bidirectionally connected with the centers of the brain that control emotions.” -Dr. Andrew Huberman

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