Tap Into

Your Own Greatness

Athletic Performance is both physical and mental. Truly great athletes have always demonstrated great awareness of their surroundings. Neuroscience can now point to the parts in the brain responsible for these skills and provide training. Tap into your own greatness.

BE THE
PLAYMAKER

Some players see more than the rest of us… Wayne Gretzky, Payton Manning, Steph Curry. They all have a gift. This gift can be learned.

STAY IN
THE GAME

Concussions are a huge problem. What if athletes could protect themselves with their eyes? NeuroTrainer trains your game awareness.

GAMIFIED
NEUROSCIENCE

Laboratory-based exercises turned into mind-bending experiences developed by veterans of the gaming industry. Compete with friends in virtual reality.

CONCUSSION
MANAGEMENT

Eye behavior and balance are incredibly sensitive measures of concussion. Virtual reality hardware can record these measures and compare differences both after a hit and during the rehabilitation phase.

WHAT IS AN

ATHLETIC BRAIN?

The eye and brain achieve extraordinary athletic performances together. The athletic brain controls multiple eye movements every second, darting from place to place. Brain training teaches optimal brain/eye coordination so athletes can outsmart the competition. Overall brain strength matters too.  Brain training bulks up the neural pathways responsible for awareness, peripheral vision and cognitive control.

THE SCIENCE

Artificial
Intelligence

Machine learning and big data can now power your workouts. Let your “virtual” personal trainer guide you through tailored brain exercises.

Brain
Blinks

Much as your eye blinks, so does your brain. A brain blink only matters in the most intense situations like game day. Learn how to keep your “brain wide open”.

Expanded
Awareness

Challenge dormant functions of the brain that control awareness, peripheral vision and control strategies for better focus and less distraction.

Active
Vision

The eye and brain do amazing athletic performances together. Your eye darts around at incredible speeds while your brain calls out the next play. This player/coach relationship can improve with training.

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