What is the research/science behind the Zing Performance program?

The scientific research that helped form the Zing Performance program surrounds the study and development of the Cerebellum. The Cerebellum is the part of the brain responsible for the automation of fundamental skills. It helps develop skills from being consciously controlled by the thinking part of the brain (the Prefrontal Cortex), to being automated and controlled by the Cerebral Cortex - which is far more efficient. The Prefrontal Cortex is also responsible for processing information and making executive decisions, so when it becomes overloaded because skills haven't been automated by the Cerebellum, you can experience increased stress and reduced performance in all aspects of your life, both professional and personal.

The fundamental goal of Zing Performance is to activate the Cerebellum through engaging the whole body in a series of exercises to stimulate the balance systems.

To view the Introduction to Science document please click on the following link;  https://portal.zingperformance.com/docs/science/The-Science-Explained.pdf