Peak Performance

Train Your Brain  
To Perform Your Best

Whether you are a high school athlete, a collegiate athlete, or a professional athlete; a competitive advantage can be the difference between winning or losing.  Athletes spend years trying to “master their craft” or be the best.  This includes countless hours of physical training, preparation, and practice.  However, the most successful athletes aren’t always the biggest, strongest, fastest, or the most talented.  The competitive advantage some of the most successful professional athletes have is their mind, and the ability to consistently reach peak performance.   

The use of Neurofeedback as a tool for optimizing performance in competitive sports is becoming more and more prevalent. Perhaps a few of the most well-known Neurofeedback users in the world of sports are Tobias Harris, Peyton Manning, Kobe Bryant, and Michael Jordan. 


Improve Sleep

  • Fall Asleep Faster
  • Sleep Longer
  • Wake More Rested
  • Increase Energy Levels

Enhance Focus

  • Block Out Distractions
  • Increase Comprehension
  • Stay On Task
  • Be Present in the Moment

Access Flow State

  • Get “In the Zone” More Often
  • Deep Level of Concentration
  • Stay in the Moment
  • Consistently Be a High Achiever

Perform Under Pressure

  • Reduce Anxiety
  • Calm Nerves
  • Enhance Confidence
  • Excel in Any Environment

Backed By Science

  • Clinically Tested
  • Evidence Based Protocols
  • Proven Effective

Holistic & Non-invasive

  • Non-Pharmaceutical
  • No Risky Side Effects
  • No Prescription Needed
  • Long Lasting Results

How Does Neurofeedback Improve Performance for Athletes?

When an athlete is playing a sport, they do not tell their heart to beat faster or their lungs to take in more air.  The brain is responsible for the necessary bodily processing that is required during any workout, practice, or game.  By improving the brain’s functioning, an athlete can enhance their performance and improve their game, regardless of the sport they are playing.   

Neurofeedback, or EEG biofeedback, has been shown to improve athletic endurance and performance and enhance speed, agility, and reaction time. In addition, the results have shown that Neurofeedback can also help improve focus and concentration while reducing fatigue.

Neurofeedback training for sports allows your brain to create a new pathway and connect the information you are learning to other related information. This is how you build a new neural network and how it becomes easier for you to recall information later.

When your brain is stressed out or under too much pressure, it can become less flexible and unable to make these connections as quickly. This can lead to an inability to focus and pay close attention over extended periods. Neurofeedback enables your brain to focus on the present and helps you reorient to the here and now despite the error. When you are reorienting, you look at the situation from a different perspective, thinking about what you could have done differently or better.

Neurofeedback works with your brain to unlearn old, ineffective, outdated programming and patterned responses so you can become the best version of yourself.

Neurofeedback Can Improve Overall Mental Health Of Athletes

In 2019, approximately 1 out of 5 adults in the United States had some type of mental health issue.  However, when you look at athletes and mental health, the percentage of athletes with mental health issues is even higher.  A study, by Daniel Eisenberg, an associate professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, found that 33% of all college students experience significant symptoms of depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions. 

College athletes have the normal pressures of being a college student and added pressures of being a student athlete.  These include adapting to an environment away from home and family, getting good grades, competing for playing time, gaining weight while expected to get faster, and numerous mandatory workouts, practices, and games.  The time management necessary to accommodate all of this, along with time for eating, studying, travel, and making up homework and tests, can quickly become overwhelming. This leaves very little time to have for family, friends, or relationships and takes a toll on a student athletes mental health.

NIL (name, image, likeness) allows intercollegiate athletes to earn compensation for the use of his or her name, image, and likeness.  NIL allows college athletes to make hundreds of thousands, even millions of dollars.  NIL has had a major effect on recruiting and is putting even more pressure on athletes to perform at the highest level at younger ages.   

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