Neurofeedback Training


Are you an athlete looking for a mental advantage?

You have all the information, training and support to reach your athletic achievements BUT you just cant get to the next level.

Want to get in the “zone” more easily and stay there longer?

Neurofeedback training is the best way keep your mind out of the way so your body can perform at its best.

Its highly effective in all athletic endeavors from recreational to professional competitive sports

Infact, brain training seems to be the worst kept secret in professional and Olympic sports. Star athletes from the NBA, NFL, LPGA – even pro rugby players – have turned to neurofeedback for that mental advantage that can catapult them above and beyond the competition. 

It’s a non-invasive and drug free approach to your training 

What Professional Athletes are saying about Neurofeedback

"Although I had only run 6 or 7 sessions, I did feel my focus was stronger, and I had much less anxiety while on stage, doing my routine & poses. I believe it certainly helped me win first place in my class in the Provincial Bodybuilding competition." 

-- Tim Astrologo, Mr. Quebec, Middleweight Class 2017 

I have lifted weights and competed athletically for 30+ years and in Crossfit for the last four years prior to adding NeurOptimal® neurofeedback to my training regime. What first stood out as remarkable to me as I prepped for my competition for the World Games: by adding neuro-training tandem with [NeurOptimal®], I was able to add 15 pounds to my Personal Record (PR). It’s considered ‘normal’ to add 5 lbs to a PR, but I added 15 lbs and could have gone higher but my coach advised me to cap it for now. This really got my attention! The results of our neurofeedback training strategy were multiple. I competed free of performance anxiety, slept great across all days of the competition, felt a serene ability to focus on my workouts while able to stay calm and maintain my physical training plan, and for 3 days of grueling workouts felt completely fresh each day. 

-- Steve Hamming, The Strongest 55-59 Year old according to Crossfit 

“I have been competing as a professional CrossFit athlete for 5 years and was a Division 1 Collegiate Rower. I have always struggled with anxiety which would hinder my social life, training, productivity and confidence. After learning about NeurOptimal, I was excited to try something that may help me become more focused in life and competition. Thus far, I have noticed increases in my productivity and focus. I have been more organized and still get my training done compared to the past when my anxiety would stop my training. During this recent stressful competition time, my anxiety has been up and down – understandably. I know that learning how to deal with anxiety is a process and cannot be fixed in one session. I am hoping to follow through with NeurOptimal training and have learned the importance of training the mind.”  

--Alessandra Pichelli, 11th Strongest Woman in the world 

“Thank you! I have been training my brain every day since the last time we spoke. I took some time off as you know, and, the results and effects Neuroptimal has is amazing, over and over again!. At this point, during these at important game of this season, I notice improved calmth, I feel I can process information a lot faster and easier, and, during this stressfull event, I find it less difficult to find the right words in my conversations. It even helped me to improve my English!”

-- Govert Viergever, Olympic Dutch Rower

5 Reasons Neurofeedack is the Breakfast of Champions 

1. For many, Neurofeedback improves the depth and quality of sleep. Can you imagine individuals for whom sleep is more important than elite athletes? Trainers have found that deep, restorative sleep often direct correlates to performance. 

2. Neurofeedback may increase neural plasticity, which helps the central nervous system better cope with stress. Few events in life involve stakes higher than professional or Olympic sports. Even the most gifted athletes succumb to pressures and choke under the gaze of billions of spectators. 

3. Neurofeedback aids focus. And focus is essential for athletes. But with all the distractions of a major event, it is a struggle to stay in the moment and not allow one’s concentration to flitter away. As goes focus, so goes one’s performance. A mere milisecond of mental drift can undermine years of training and careful preparation. 

4. Neurofeedback can help undermine one-way, negative thinking. Athletes are subject to slumps in sports, not because of what’s lacking in their bodies, but because of what has gotten into their brains. If their performance persistently declines, it is easy for athletes to get in a mindset of, “I’ll never be good again” or “I’ll never break this bad streak”. Streaks and slumps are the enemies of peak athletic performace, but they are inevitable. You can’t be “on” every single day. Neurofeedback can help one dispense with a bad day or performance without internalizing or obsessing over it. 

5. Neurofeedback can help with anti-aging and brain fitness. Apart from mental slips, the greatest enemy of the athlete is time. Physical condition is only one aspect of competition. The brain has to be sharp; resilient, flexible. Ready for lightning-quick changes coming at them from opponents.