Sports Neurofeedback has had an unprecedented growth rate in the world of sports.    The success or failure of a contender depends upon a small degree of variance.  What happens in a mere fraction of a second can mean victory or defeat.  We now have the ability to measure, asses and retrain brain timing, for better accuracy, speed and resiliency. How is neurofeedback being used in sports training?

Mental Relaxation.

Neurofeedback programs help the brain to gain control over those areas that govern reactions during high pressure situations. This keeps the brain and emotions in control during those key moments that cause most people to fail.

Attention and Focus.

Neurofeedback training helps the athlete shut out distractions and activate only those parts of the brain that are key to performance.    The athlete is then able to tune out things like crowd noise, their own inner critic, and anything that might distract them from their focus.

Agility and Timing.

Neurofeedback training has become the resource of choice to gain that edge in the ability to respond faster and more accurately. Brain mapping (QEEGs) allows our staff to pinpoint and facilitate the brain performance enhancement training that influences performance considerably. This allows the athlete use their ability and mental faculty more effectively and perform better on the field.