LearningRx Reviews Three Reasons to Work with a Personal Brain Trainer
January 2 is National Personal Trainer Awareness Day, and just as a personal trainer can help you achieve your fitness goals, a personal brain trainer can help you achieve your cognitive goals.
For some, that means addressing attention struggles or being able to read more easily, while for others it may be help for a declining memory or simply getting a leg up in a competitive workplace. That’s why one-on-one brain training company LearningRx is offering three reasons to work with a personal brain trainer.
“Unlike brain games and computer-based brain training, the face-to-face nature of the training relationship allows brain trainers to provide a better experience,” says LearningRx (www.LearningRx.com) Chief Research Officer Tanya Mitchell. Specifically, personal brain trainers can:
- focus on results by customizing each training session and encouraging students to work past their comfort levels.
- focus on attitude by challenging clients to recognize and pursue their potential, learning to see failure not as something to be avoided at all costs, but as a temporary stepping stone to greater success.
- focus on confidence by encouraging struggling children and adults to fully engage, embrace challenges, recognize improvements, and celebrate gains.
“Cognitive skills are the core skills your brain uses to think, read, learn, remember, reason and pay attention,” explains Mitchell. “Working together, they take incoming information and move it into the bank of knowledge you use every day at school, at work and in life. Each of your cognitive skills plays an important part in processing new information. That means if even one of these skills is weak, no matter what kind of information is coming your way, grasping, retaining or using that information is impacted. In fact, most learning struggles are caused by one or more weak cognitive skills. Luckily, LearningRx personal brain training targets and trains those skills.”