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Cardiac coherence exercise : rowing


The patient participates in an on-screen rowing race against another boat. He/she can alter the speed of his/her boat, which appears in the foreground, by acting upon cardiac coherence.


The patient controls the speed of the boat through cardiac coherence.

  • If the user’s cardiac coherence is low, the patient will row out of pace and hectically, and the boat will slow down.
  • If the user’s cardiac coherence is high, the patient will row in a paced, smooth manner, and the boat will gather speed
The principle of the exercise is easy to grasp: without proper control, sheer power is useless ; better cardiac coherence means more physical strength.

The second boat, which appears in the background, is controlled by the computer, and keeps trying to overtake the patient’s boat. The patient thus engages in a permanent challenge against the computer’s AI.


The patient is assigned two objectives :

  • Winning the race.
  • Covering the assigned distance (10,000 meters or 15,000 meters, this depends on the level of difficulty that has been set) in as little time as he can.