How can neurofeedback help you improve your game? Here are some of the ways:
When I first started as a NeurOptimal® trainer in 2004, my husband had been playing softball in New York’s Central Park on Saturdays for more than 25 years. He’s a pitcher (“windmill,” for those who know softball). He didn’t throw as fast or as hard then as he did when he was younger, but after he started training his brain with me, he began winning more games because he was more focused, he pitched “smarter,” and he didn’t get derailed when his team made errors behind him. He was also having a lot more fun.
He was the first person I started training when I began doing neurofeedback. He gives neurofeedback a lot of the credit (getting older and wiser helped, too).
Peak performance applies to everything we do in life. If you have questions about how neurofeedback could help you with your game (or in other ways), please post a question here or email me through my website.
Catherine Boyer, MA, LCSW-R
New York Neurofeedback