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Neuro Atheltic Training – Building Better Warriors

June 11 @ 9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Becoming a better protector, warrior ,first responder goes beyond just learning skills and tactics. Our bodies adapt to habits , pain and muscle memory that can actually affect our shooting ,fighting and decision making in a negative way.

Bryan Thomas a Neuro Atheltic Trainer and Coach will walk students through how to fine tune your vision , response ,flexibility and prepare the mond and body for any critical moment you may face. He is a Strength and Conditioning coach with a unique background based in the neuroscience of athletic performance.  He has taught brain-basednutrition courses for mulltimiliion dollar companies as well as trained countless athletes in a multitude of sports.  He has been in the fitness and nutrition world professionally for nearly 20 years, the last 10 of which have been focused on applied neuroscience, concussion-rehab, and athletic skill development.  His certifications include:

  • ZHPS Essentials of Elite Performance
  • ZHPS R-Phase
  • ZHPS I-Phase
  • ZHPS S-Phase
  • ZHPS T-Phase
  • ZHPS Speed
  • ZHPS Sustenance and Spirit
  • ZHPS Skill and Style
  • ZHPS Stamina
  • ZHPS Structure
  • ZHPS Strength and Suppleness
  • ZHPS Next Evolution
  • ZHPS Master Practitioner Candidate
  • Functional Aging Specialist
  • Fascial Stretch Therapist
  • Insitute of Integrated Nutrition CHHC
  • And many more

Observe. Orient. Decide. Act.

In this course, we will introduce you to the neurological underpinnings of the OODA loop, A combat decision making model developed by military strategist and United States Air Force Colonel John Boyd. While what Col. Boyd came up with was revolutionary for it’s combat applications, what Col Boyd wasn’t fully aware of was the neurological implications of his model or how to fully advance it. In this course, we will not only break down the genius of the OODA loop but also some of the modern neuroscience ways to improve your very own OODA loop.

Observation– Do you have the ability to take in sensory information that tells your brain what is happening around you?

Orientation– What does that information mean for you, your health, your safety, and the safety of those you are protecting?

Decision– What are your options for dealing with this situation?

Act– How do you put forth your plan of action in this situation as effectively as possible?

These are the questions we will be answering in this course.

Topics that will be covered include:

Athletic Movement

Vision Training

Balance Training

Breathing and Recovery Drills

Firearms and Combatives Application

Applied Neuroscience 101

By the end of this course students will be able to Move Better, See Better, Balance Better, Breathe Better and most of all be better equipped to keep themselves and others safe.

Gear needed-

Snacks and water for the day
Note pad and pen for taking notes

Shoes and clothing you can move around in( there is physical and dynamic movement involved )

Individual Sign Up

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June 11
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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Private – Tyler Area