What does it mean to be fit for flow?
Flow is an elusive but all consuming state often regarded for it's ability to lead to peak performance, creativity and well-being. However, flow also has a lesser known dark side, or negative consequences— addiction, increased risk taking, and a feeling that the rest of life can lack meaning. Flow can also be experienced in anti-social behavior. Being fit for flow means having the discipline to find and use flow for positive consequences and to mitigate it's potential negative consequences. Mindfulness-based sport psychology is how MASI trains athletes to be fit for flow.