The athletic brain is an efficient brain. Whether it is a last minute game winner or a breakout performance, training athletes to enhance their ability to thrive in the moment is the difference bertween good and great. Our cognitive training system is built to frame the brain of a champion.
Individuals who excel in this ability allow themselves more time to make a positive play and avoid costly mistakes. Deciphering this information, giving it meaning and value, and executing a course of action in milliseconds. These are key brain performance factors, whether it is striking or attack avoidance in mixed martial arts or boxing.
Good players have the physical attributes to compete and contribute to the team. Great players differentiate themselves by their hard work, dedication, and mental training. They are also able to mentally process a wealth of information in just fractions of a second so that they can make quick decisions under immense pressure.