Brain & Body Performance of Boston uses a variety of technology that enhance mental skills that translate to increased success on the field. We currently feature a technology, NeuroTracker, that uses 3D multiple-object tracking technology to improve, measure, and train mental skills through neuroplasticity training (e.g. rewiring the brain). Situational awareness, analyzing opponent movements, and making quick decisions under pressure are the foundations to success on the field. More importantly, being superior in these skill-sets versus your opponent is crucial--it gives you an edge. This neuroplasticity training with NeuroTracker has already been recognized and validated as an effective tool to enhance elite performance, and is being used by professional sports teams in both North America and Europe, NCAA programs across the nation, and the US Elite Special Forces.
It's vital to train your brain and neural pathways the same way that you physically train your muscles and body. At Brain & Body Performance of Boston, we will ensure that you maximize your athletic ability by giving you a mental edge that will translate into better on-field performance.
Josh FreedlandPresident / CEO
Josh is a graduate of Bates College, where he received his BA in Psychology with a concentration in Biology and Health.
As a starting linebacker on the Bates College Football team, Josh pursued his interests in sport psychology on and off the field. After experiencing a severe concussion during his Junior year in college, he researched controversial brain injury studies which led him to his thesis topic, “Measuring the attitudes and the likelihood of concussion reporting by testing implicit attitudes in collegiate football players.”
Josh’s thesis was selected as the only undergraduate research presentation at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology Northeast Regional Conference at Springfield College during the Spring of 2015.
In addition to his interest in physical and mental training for athletes, Josh had the opportunity to intern as an athlete liaison at K Sports & Entertainment in Boston, MA. He worked directly with college and professional athletes, as well as being involved with the Doug Flutie and Vince Wilfork Foundations.