Athletes are Using Neurofeedback to Achieve the Ultimate Competitive Edge!

 

The ability to reach peak performance level is invaluable for athletes. Neurofeedback has been used for optimizing performance by athletes on world class football, basketball and hockey teams. It has been researched for golf and racquetball performance. Reports have associated peak Olympic performances with Neurofeedback training. While some athletes are trying to keep the secret to their “edge” to themselves, the word is out! Nearly every athlete can benefit from Neurofeedback.

 

Many athletes experience problems with concentration or have been diagnosed with ADD.  If so, their brain training would address different areas of their brain, than someone who has problems with too much anxiety. While a certain amount of anxiety is good for competition, too much can interfere with success. By improving the connectivity in the brain, balance and coordination are also enhanced. The brain-body connection is truly amazing!

   

Who's Using It?

  • Pro Golfer Vijay Singh

  • Kirk Cousins (NFL)

  • Dallas Mavericks Center Chris Kaman

  • Kerri Walsh-Jennings ( Olympic Beach Volleyball Champion) 

  • ​Boston Red Sox's Recently Retired Star, Sean Casey

  • The Italian World Cup Soccer Team (Won the World Cup in 2006)

  • Canadian Olympic Ski Team (they won the most gold medals of any country in the 2010 Winter Olympics)

  • Notre Dame University Football Players

  • St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Florida state champions and national champions for five years)

  • Athletes who played for the Boston Red Sox and the Dallas Mavericks

  • And many, many more...