LearningRx Announces Winner of Quarterly Video Contest
Like a lot of kids, David played sports in school. But concussions sustained on the wrestling mat and gridiron hurt his ability to perform well in school and even in his career. After graduating from a police academy, David was rejected by 56 police departments because his test scores were too low. The 32-year-old husband and father began to wonder if his dream job would ever turn into reality.
David explains what happened next in a video testimonial that was voted the winning entry in a quarterly contest sponsored by LearningRx.
LearningRx is the largest one-on-one brain training company in the world, with nearly 80 centers across the country. Their programs consist of intense mental exercises-done one-on-one with a personal trainer-that stimulate the brain to strengthen existing neural connections and even create new ones. The results? Kids and adults who go through their programs experience dramatic and measurable improvements in how fast and efficiently they can think, read, learn, focus and remember.
David contacted the LearningRx Brain Training Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin. He worked with a professional brain trainer for 12 weeks. He calls his improvements after brain training "amazing."
"At first I looked at my trainer and I'm like, 'You're crazy. There's no way I'm going to be able to do this stuff," he says of the day he began the program. "But on my last day of training, we went back and repeated the exercises I'd done on that first day, and I just sat back and said, 'I had a problem with that?' It's amazing how fast I progressed and how much I could comprehend at the end. I was amazed."
Clients of all ages turn to personal brain training, and include kids and adults with learning struggles; people with ADHD, dyslexia and autism; high achieving students and career adults who want even sharper mental performance; senior adults looking to improve memory and stay mentally sharp; and victims of strokes or traumatic brain injuries who need to regain lost brain skills.
In his contest-winning video, David describes the improvements in his memory and mental skills that allowed him to -finally!-land the job of his dreams. In the final week of his 12-week brain training program, David tested with yet another police department. This time he landed the job, and was sworn into service on January 3rd.
Click here to watch the winning video.