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Indian Shooting Ace Wins The Gold At The Beijing Olympic

Gold At The Beijing Olympics

Article reprinted from: Thought  Technology Ltd.

“Hi Lawrence,

Just to let you know my shooter (Abhinav Bindra) just won Olympic Gold.

He’s got about 150 hours on my FlexComp Infiniti, so I guess that makes it a gold medal for Thought Technology.”

From Feb 2008 onwards, I worked with Abhinav in South Africa, India, China, Germany and Italy, accumulating over 150 hours of training on my Thought Technology FlexComp Infiniti.

We used a range of forms of biofeedback, including EMG, skin conductivity, peripheral temperature, respiration rate and amplitude, BVP, EKG, HRV and neurofeedback. We feel that this level of interaction allows us to claim it as a gold for biofeedback. I am a psychologist.

It was a privilege to have the opportunity to formulate and carry out a plan that came together. I will be documenting this plan. I work with other athletes, but none who are gold medal contenders. However, many of them delight me just as much because of their determination and desire for progress.

Timothy Harkness
Counselling Psychologist

Tim Harkness
Abhinav Bindra gave India its first gold medal at the Beijing Olympics when he won the 10 metres air rifle event on Monday morning. Bindra’s historic feat makes him India’s first individual gold medallist, bettering the silver medal feat of double trap shooter Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore in Athens 2004.