For Coaches and Athletes
Reach Peak Performance and Win More!
Though the difference between winning and losing is often a fine line, athletics can be a bottom line business, with the bottom line being wins and losses. Much attention is given to an athlete’s physical development, but little, if any, emphasis is placed on the brain’s role in reaching peak performance. Yet, peak performance begins with the brain!
Why Invest in Brain-Based Learning?
Learning how to use the brain to its potential can increase performance 8-20%. Think of the impact of an average 14% increase in performance…it could be the difference between winning and losing a game, match or meet, making it to the postseason, or maintaining one’s position.
What Do We Do?
During customized Initial Training and Follow-Up Sessions, participants learn practical and immediate solutions to typical challenges coaches and athletes face as well as strategies to boost athletic performance and facilitate greater success in academics, relationships and careers.
Remove Barriers to Performance
Using recent Neuroscience findings about the effect of stress on the brain’s ability to learn and perform, we provide teams and/or individual athletes with a competitive edge and help them take their performance to the next level. Not to be confused with Sports Psychologists, technological psychometric performance tools and other performance predictors and assessments, we teach coaches, teams and individual athletes HOW to remove barriers getting in the way of peak performance with results-driven, brain boosting, strategies to maximize:
- Attention, memory, processing and execution of plays
- Focus, thinking and effort throughout practices and competitions
- Growth Mindsets that build character and embrace challenges
- Grit, resilience, and mental toughness
- Communication, collaboration, and team chemistry
- Executive functions, including prioritizing and decision making
- Receptivity to Feedback
- Neuroplasticity (the brain’s ability to change based on instruction, experience and practice)