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THIS 5-MINUTE VIDEO HELPS RETRAIN YOUR BRAIN TO FEEL LESS PAIN AND IMPROVE MOVEMENT

IF YOU WATCH IT, YOU’LL UNLOCK 50% OFF THE FULL

NEURAL PERFORMANCE TRAINING COURSE

To get the most out of the video, test a movement — maybe it is your shoulder or your neck, back, hips, or knees. Choose whichever movement feels tight and has limited movement. “Test” it by moving it around in a ‘repeatable’ fashion. Notice where the tension and discomfort begin. (NOTE: Don’t move into pain). After the video, re-test this movement to see if there is a change. I’d love to hear about your results!

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I hope you saw noticeable changes to your movement. NPT is powerful!

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This course covers three core concepts of NPT: MOVE, SEE, and BALANCE.

If you can train the brain to reduce perceived threats in these areas, you’ll be able to live life without a constant bombardment of “danger signals” and just feel better!

Here’s what’s included in the course:

  • Practical exercises you can do at home
  • Easy-to-understand science explaining why the course is so effective
  • Over 40 bite-sized activity videos
  • Downloadable PDF worksheets
Now is your chance to start feeling your best. Massage, exercise, and special creams only go so far. Retraining your brain is the most effective way to reduce pain and increase movement!

What is Neural Performance Training (NPT)?

Here’s an example.

Let’s say you are running over hilly terrain. The constant up and down movement is an input to your brain. But let’s say you also suffer from some vertigo, or you have trouble with balance, and you also had a knee injury from a fall many years ago.

 

What does your brain have as information? Uncertainty of which way is up (vertigo) and lots of rolling terrain coming in front of you (vision).

The brain then realizes that falling down and possible injury could be a real threat. The brain wants to prevent this outcome by slowing you down. What options does it have based on our short history? Your brain can make you feel sick (nausea from vertigo) or it could produce some knee pain (from your previous injury).

Are you in any real danger? No!

But your brain thinks you are.

Neural Performance Training teaches the brain how to accurately process inputs from your environment. Too many of us live life bombarded by false “danger signals.”

If we can reduce false alarms, our brains will stay focused on the game without sabotaging our performance. NPT is a powerful scientific breakthrough for athletes!

Let’s say you are running over hilly terrain. The constant up and down movement is an input to your brain. But let’s say you also suffer from some vertigo, or you have trouble with balance, and you also had a knee injury from a fall many years ago.

What does your brain have as information? Uncertainty of which way is up (vertigo) and lots of rolling terrain coming in front of you (vision).

The brain then realizes that falling down and possible injury could be a real threat. The brain wants to prevent this outcome by slowing you down. What options does it have based on our short history? Your brain can make you feel sick (nausea from vertigo) or it could produce some knee pain (from your previous injury).

Are you in any real danger? No!

But your brain thinks you are.

Neural Performance Training teaches the brain how to accurately process inputs from your environment. Too many of us live life bombarded by false “danger signals.”

If we can reduce false alarms, our brains will stay focused on the game without sabotaging our performance. NPT is a powerful scientific breakthrough for athletes!

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