Athletic Performance

The coaches delima

As a soccer coach, I was constantly trying to figure out how to give my players an edge, understanding that on match day the other team may have speed and strength on their side. But that advantage can be negated.  If my team reacted first to every ball and was more situationally aware, we could win.  How can you get that edge? The way that coaches and players can get ahead is NeurOptimal®.  This is why so many professional athletes and organizations have turned to neurofeedback training.  

NeurOptimal® is now available to everyone, and a significant amount of users are amateur athletes. The proof is in and the studies compiled, neurofeedback training gives individuals a competitive advantage. If you are interested or have any questions, call today for a free half hour consultation.

How can neurofeedback improve atheletic performance

  • lowering reaction time speed
  • speeding up the processing of information
  • improving focus
  • reducing game anxiety
  • increasing emotional control
  •  improving sleep

Here are a few athletes and organizations that use neurofeedback




  • AC Milan
  • Chelsea FC (EPL Champions)
  • Italian National Soccer Team (2006 FIFA World Cup Champions)
  • U.S. Navy Seals
  • Phil Mickelson (Hall of Fame Golfer)
  • New York Giants (Super Bowl Champions)
  • Chicago Bears
  • Denver Broncos
  • Mary Price Tennis player (4 grand slam titles)
  • Eric Shanteau (2012 U.S. Swim Team Gold Medalist)
  • Jessica Hardy (2012 U.S. Swim Team Gold Medalist)
  • Misty May-Treanor (3X Olympic Gold Medalist)
  • Kerri Walsh-Jennings (3X Olympic Gold Medalist)
  • Vancouver Canucks Hockey Team (best regular season 2010-2011 and 2011-2012) 

Sandy Alomar Jr.

Sandy was the AL rookie of the year and golden gloves winner in 1990.  He went on to be a 6 time All-Pro and was later inducted into the Cleveland Indians hall of Fame.  It was clear from the start that Sandy was an exceptional player, but look at his stats from 1997 (when he was introduced to neurofeedback) compared to his previous stats.


Stat               Previous Yrs     1997

Batting Ave.        .271             .324

Slugging Pct.      .365             .545

Doubles               14                37

Home Runs          6                 21    


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