MVP

Brain Centers NW – MVP Program

Do you want it all?

 

Do you want to be the MVP?

 

Do you want to DOMINATE?

 

Do you want to unlock your true potential?

 

  • You’ve workout before but you have never done anything like this, I guarantee it.  
  • You want to be best and you’ve trained hard but you have likely neglected the most important muscle that will unlock your true potential, YOUR BRAIN. 
  • Brain Centers NW’s MVP program will give you the tools you need to dominate in your sport!
  • Follow the program and I guarantee you will see undeniable, measurable results!

 

RECIPE FOR SUCCESS:

I will find any weakness that is holding you back.

Step 1: The program starts with a 3 hour comprehensive neurological evaluation including:

  1. Neurocognitive testing
  2. Visual function testing
  3. Posturography assessment
  4. Motor coordination testing
  5. Timing, rhythm, attention evaluation
  6. Functional neurological examination

GET a F.A.S.T. Brain and Body:  FOCUS, AGILITY, SPEED, TIMING

Step 2:

FIELD TRAINING – up to five sessions of 1.5 hours body and brain workouts per week

FINE TUNE YOUR WEAK LINKS

Step 3: 

HOME EXERCISES – 15 min per day of individualized brain training exercises to maximize performance

APPRECIATE YOUR NEW FOUND POWERS!!!

Step 4:

FOLLOW UP Re-evaluation

  1. Neurocognitive testing
  2. Visual function testing
  3. Posturography assessment
  4. Motor coordination testing
  5. Timing, rhythm, attention evaluation
  6. Functional neurological examination

EXPECTED IMPROVEMENT:

  • Quick Decision Making
  • Focus
  • Balance
  • Power
  • Speed
  • Coordination
  • Visual Tracking
  • Visual Fixation
  • Body Agility
  • Brain Agility
  • Timing
  • Rhythm
  • Visualization
  • Breath Control
  • Stamina
  • And More…

What do the pros think?

“Our brains are incredibly important in sports and that’s why I think what Dr. Burns is doing needs to be recognized and taken seriously.”

Dr. David Burns not only works with traumatic brain injuries but helps player’s brains work at a higher level. He made a good point when he said “How do you get better at dribbling a ball, doing a scissor or kicking the ball? You practice dribbling, doing scissors or kicking the ball. How do you get better at striking a ball in the goal when there are several distractions, stress, and tons of things happening in your mind? You practice under those conditions.”

Dr. Burns creates an environment for the mind that simulates the stress the brain is under during a game, but with seemingly simple exercises. Some of the exercises he has kids do may seem silly but they really do make sense. Trapping a small ball of a certain color that is thrown at you while counting backwards and spinning helps practice many fundamental skills. And his exercises would be hard for anybody, I mean tracking a ball, and turning all while doing math? Whew, that is difficult.

Our brains are incredibly important in sports and that’s why I think what Dr. Burns is doing needs to be recognized and taken seriously. I support him and I think if the ISC wants superior level teams, that they should invest and allow time to be set aside to work the minds of each player out there. It will only make the program stronger and more valuable. If professional players and the Marines are doing this stuff, why not start younger and give important skills to the kids who want and deserve it. Take a step towards a higher level of thinking which will in turn result in a higher level of playing.

 

Thank You for Your Time,

Jessie Oliver, WPSL 


I strongly recommend that time be set for Dr  Burns to work with the children and get them involved with his program from as young as possible to give them the edge over other players that could only wish to get this kind of opportunity.” 

After doing exercises that Dr. Burns gave me to practice at home, I was amazed to see the difference it made when I went back and did the test over. I was able to track moving lights without any problems. My balance scores had gone up and my coordination was better.

His exercises ranged from spinning while running, counting backwards and doing a figure 8 with your hand all at the same time. Spinning and then trapping a specific color ball while doing math. These exercises may not be what’s going to happen on a soccer field but think of it like this. For me as a midfielder I constantly have to think of more than one thing at a time, I have to look over my shoulder to see whose behind me, while the ball is being played to me, where to go so the defender can’t get the ball and then where do I pass the ball next. All of these decision have to be made in seconds, which is why you can understand the importance of the exercises that Dr. Burns is doing.

Just like any other technique or skill you want to perfect, you practice it. These were just a few of the exercises that I got a chance to do, however there were a list of creative exercises that he mentioned that I could not wait to try. With these exercises some of the things that will improve is vision on the field, coordination and timing, quicker thinking which results in quicker reactions. All skills that are fundamental to becoming better players.

Dr. Burns and his knowledge of the brain along with his tests and exercises that he performs should, without a doubt, be implemented into youth programs in all sports. My time with him was a definite eye opener and I am sure it would have the same effect on anyone who tries it.

I strongly recommend that time be set for Dr  Burns to work with the children and get them involved with his program from as young as possible to give them the edge over other players that could only wish to get this kind of opportunity. This could be what makes AVERAGE players GOOD players and GOOD players GREAT players.

Thank you

Nasyir Rodriguez