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Carrick Human Performance Program – 504: Neuro-modulation of Human Performance – Denmark

September 13 @ 9:00 am - September 15 @ 6:00 pm

$1499 – $1999


Dr. Kenneth Jay
Dr. Mike Nelson
Dr. Freddys Garcia
Dr. Matthew Antonucci
& contributions from Professor Frederick Carrick

Your brain influences every aspect of your human and sports potential. Understanding the brain and nervous system, learning how to screen it, assess it, and how to bias its function to improve human performance is the future of human performance optimization.  No longer is it just physiology, it has become neuro-physiology. No longer is it just biomechanics, it has become neuro-biomechanics. If you don’t know how to directly interface with your athlete’s nervous system, then you are missing out on the opportunity to have the MOST POWERFUL EFFECTS possible and truly UNLOCK their performance potential!

In this module, you will learn sports functional neurology from the SOURCE!  We will demystify the complex world of applied clinical neuroscience, and teach you a fluid and dynamic model that is effective, repeatable, and able to apply to your athletes and clients right away.  These final layers of knowledge for the Human Performance Program will magnify the power of the previous information covered in the series.   Stronger. More powerful. Increased flexibility. Faster reaction time. Increase sports vision capability. Instant changes in stability. Decreases in pain perception.  All of it is possible.. so can culminates in what the pros call a “flow state.”  Where your opponents seem to be in slow motion and you are 2 steps ahead.

Want to tap into the power of flow state?  Dr. Garcia and Dr. Clark will show you the way.

This course comprises of 2 parts, an online flipped classroom and live training component.
In this 45-hour flipped classroom and 25-hour live training module the following topics are covered:

Flipped classroom

  • Foundations of neurons, glia and the action potential
  • Neurotransmitters
  • The structure and organization of the nervous system
  • The cerebral cortex
  • The visual system
  • The vestibular system
  • The somatosensory system
  • Spinal control of movement
  • Brain control of movement