TIMING IS EVERYTHING.
The way you walk, talk without stuttering, the time it takes for you to fall asleep, process language, keep your balance, play sports, and even how you read a book and do your homework is all affected by your brain's timing.
Our internal timing is imperative to everything that we do as humans, both the extraordinary and simple things. Precise timing is responsible for stellar athletic performance, perfect musical melodies, flowing speech, and laser-focus attention.
Timing is responsible for the synchronous communication of our brains' network system that connects cognitive processes and physical movement. Therefore, the ability to have accurate neurotiming is one of the most critical factors in human performance.