Peak Performance Training

Maximizing Performance through Enhanced Stress Management and Focus.

Many athletes, students, executives, and military personnel are turning to Peak Performance Neurofeedback Training to enhance their ability to handle stress and improve their creativity and focus.

Many Olympic athletes, pilots, PGA Pro Tour Golfers and the Department of Defense have witnessed the benefits of neurofeedback training for improvements in sleep, memory, accuracy, sensorimotor control, calm under stress, and ability to engage in a task and efficiently and quickly release and prepare for another task.

Canada’s governing body of tennis put some of its top 20 youth players through neurofeedback. And McGill University in Montreal and the National Coaching Institute of Montreal have committed to a five-year study to test neurofeedback on the region’s top 80 athletes in sports ranging from hockey to racquetball. Several members of Italy’s World Cup-winning team, including Andrea Pirlo, did extensive neurofeedback in the runup to the tournament.

Even in the absence of clinical symptomatology, neurofeedback can help improve overall cognitive motor and emotional functioning.

Types of Peak Achievement Training

There are twelve different and complementary types of training which are possible using the
Peak Achievement TrainerĀ®:

  • Strengthening the ability of the brain’s Executive Attention Network to momentarily focus attention
  • Strengthening the ability of the midbrain to momentarily intensify alertness/arousal
  • Strengthening the ability of the Executive Attention Network to sustain focused attention
  • Strengthening the ability of the midbrain to sustain alertness/arousal
  • Simultaneously increasing Focus and Alertness to meet a heavy demand
  • Keeping Focus up while lowering alertness/arousal to decrease stress
  • Focusing attention on parts of the body that the coach wishes to work with
  • Train the user to take brief, relaxing microbreaks to recharge the brain
  • Find the best possible degree of alertness/arousal to perform particular activities optimally
  • Perform arbitrary sequences of concentration, alertness and microbreaks
  • Discover and enhance performance of the sequences that are optimal for particular activities
  • Perform these sequences despite distractions such as self-talk and crowd noise