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My 2 Concussion Boost Courses.

For concussion survivors who want to drastically reduce their symptoms.
 

Discover 2 effective concussion methods backed by research and proven by thousands of other survivors: interval training & cognitive exercises (tailored to maximize concussion symptom reduction). 

Say goodbye to symptom management – let's overcome symptoms and live life to the fullest.

You are a concussion/TBI survivor who...

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Is not interested in 85 general treatments that address common complaints and typically provide only temporary relief. 


Feel stuck and don't want to meet 20 doctors again who often provide incorrect advice, misdiagnose you or simply advise focusing on acceptance.
 

✅ Is tired of the cycle of trying various treatments and working with individuals who promise quick fixes or 'magic pills,' which initially inspire hope but ultimately drain energy, money, or lead to setbacks.
 

✅ Is not yet at the point where you want or hoped to be, which is frustrating because you know you can achieve much more than your current status. You seek proven methods tailored to concussions with long-lasting results.

Many concussion survivors know much more is possible but continue to struggle for years without having any idea what they are doing.

Now you want to know HOW you can reduce symptoms.

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welcome

If you feel like this, you're at the right place.

 

That's also proven by thousands of other concussion survivors.


Rather than "just doing something" and overwhelming yourself with countless options that may not apply to your situation, let's prioritize focusing on doing the right thing: two proven and researched methods to achieve faster progress.

That's what we are going to do within the 2 Concussion Boost Courses.

You want concrete, detailed knowledge tailored to concussions and backed by research with long-lasting results.

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There is a lot of different advice...

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Your doctor: Please go home and rest as much as possible, as within a few weeks, you will be better. 

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Your family/friends:"I knew someone with a concussion, and because of "this," he was healed within 4 weeks."

 

Your psychologist: "It's important not to make your concussion the main thing in life, focus on positive things."

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Your colleagues:"I wish I had a day off, too. Enjoy the sun and do some yoga; that will help to feel better"

Your physiotherapist: "This was our last session. I think it's important to focus on acceptance from now on." 

The insurance company: "You can't prove it? Then it's not there. We are all getting older, try not to make that a big deal." 

I can imagine that at some point, you struggle with what you should actually do.

And that's often where things go wrong: incorrect advice is followed, lacking grounded guidance from real concussion experts. This can result in not achieving the desired outcome or, even worse, making you feel worse.
 
That's why.. 

In the Concussion Boost Courses, we focus on 2 proven and researched methods tailored to concussions so you know exactly what you should do to reduce your symptoms 

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Amy no longer enjoyed her life, she was just surviving...

I understand that sometimes you might think, 'Well, Amy can move forward, but I'll never be able to. My symptoms are more severe and different."

At least that's what Amy (and I too) often thought.

That's why I want to share Amy's story with you.


Amy struggled with the most 'normal' things and tasks:

Having conversations, going to the supermarket, making phone calls, driving, controlling her emotions, returning to work, performing more than one task per day, and on top of that, she suffered from daily headaches, fatigue, and migraines.

In short, Amy no longer enjoyed her life; she was just surviving.

After trying almost all the treatments she could think of, she felt discouraged.

 

Doctors told her she had to accept her situation and learn to cope with it.

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She realized that as long as we don't know everything about our brain, it's also not a fact that I can't progress anymore. The chance that I can progress is just as great. She chose to believe the latter.

So she decided to start the Concussion Boost Courses.

She went from being someone who was always at home, to someone who enjoys her social life again.


She no longer has daily headaches, her migraines have decreased and she has just started driving again. She now wakes up every day with a clear head instead of brainfog.

Now you might be wondering what Amy did to make such progress? 

Amy started applying specific interval training and cognitive training. Which you will learn in my Concussion Boost Courses. 

 

The 2 researched methods we focus on

Method 1: Interval training + breathing exercises

Watch the 5-minute video to learn why this specific interval training is so effective for people with a concussion.

 

Prefer to read? Scroll down! 

Why is this interval training so effective for concussion recovery?

Interval training is the most effective exercise for people with a concussion. It consists of short bursts of intense exercise alternated with, in our case, a special breathing exercise. 

Some exercises may trigger nausea, dizziness, headaches, or fatigue, indicating they may not be suitable for you at this stage.

The result? You're either not engaging in any physical activity or doing wrong exercises that worsen your condition. This often happens after following incorrect advice from individuals lacking sufficient knowledge about concussions.

In this program, we focus on interval training combined with specialized breathing exercises, proven to effectively alleviate concussion symptoms. Credit to Dr. Mark Allen, Neuroscientist and Co-Founder of Cognitive FX, for developing this unique approach.

 

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2 reasons why interval training is more effective than a normal exercise:

1. Every time you do interval training, you get a boost of neurotransmitters, proteins, and oxygen in the brain. All those are helpful, but the most helpful neurochemical for people with a concussion is Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF). Interval training is by far the fastest and most efficient way to maximize a BDNF boost.

 

2. ​It helps to regulate the autonomic nervous system. This means balancing the sympathetic nervous system (fight-flight) and the parasympathetic nervous system (rest and digest). 
 

In a healthy person, these two systems balance each other throughout the day. 
 

However, after a concussion, the first one (the sympathetic nervous system/fight-flight response) is often stuck in a state of overreacting. To encourage the parasympathetic (rest system) to become active, we will do the intervals and the breathing exercises.


You can use meditation as a coping strategy, but it doesn't solve the issue; it merely masks it. With interval training, we focus on solving the underlying issue.|
 

The goal is that your body will pick this up automatically, which is why consistency is important.

See below a scan of the brain before and after doing the intervals. 

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Method 2: Fifteen cognitive exercises

Watch the 3-minute video to learn why these cognitive exercises are so effective for people with a concussion.

 

Prefer to read? Scroll down! 

Why are these cognitive exercises effective for concussions?

During the first few days of recovery, that inflammation can prevent your brain from using certain communication pathways the way it normally would. 
 

For most people, those pathways resume working as normal after a week or two. But for people with post-concussion symptoms, the brain gets so used to moving around areas affected by the head injury that it keeps doing so even after recovery. 

 

That means your brain is sending blood flow and information around the damaged areas. That drains energy and takes longer, resulting in persistent symptoms. 

 

Restoring these damaged pathways is possible, but your brain needs the right push to recover; that's where the 15 cognitive exercises come in.

 

We want to go from this left half with weaknesses or detours to a well-functioning brain, the right half. So, we create new pathways and strengthen them. When this happens, numerous symptoms can decrease. 

 

It's important to focus on exercises that target all areas of your brain, focusing on the pathways that are damaged after a concussion.

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Instead of focusing on symptom management (yoga/meditation) let's solve your symptoms so you can get back to living your life to the fullest again.

✔️ Getting out of fight-flight mode

✔️ Better mood/positive

✔️ Control nervous system

✔️ Reduced anxiety

✔️ Ability to return to exercise

✔️ Feeling less overwhelmed

Reduction in symptoms based on the outcome of 500+ concussion survivors:

✔️ Reduced fatigue

✔️ Reduced headaches

✔️ Improved sleep

✔️ More energy

✔️ Less noise sensitivity
✔️ Improved vision

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Desperate for relief, Josh visited different doctors who eventually told him to focus on acceptance or to try antidepressants. 

Josh had always been an active guy. He lived for the thrill of pushing his limits on the basketball court and the rush of wind as he biked down trails. 

But all that changed one fateful day when he collided head-on with another player during a game.

At first,
Josh brushed off the incident, thinking it was just a minor bump on the road. However, as days turned into weeks, he found himself battling with many symptoms. 

Persistent
headaches, dizziness, and difficulty concentrating became his constant struggle, making even the simplest tasks feel like climbing Mount Everest.

Desperate for relief, Josh visited different doctors who eventually told him to focus on acceptance or to try antidepressants.

 

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To countless sessions with alternative therapists who often promised quick fixes or magic pills, giving Josh hope again, only to drain his energy and money.

Josh wasn't where he wanted to be, but he knew he could achieve more than he was currently doing.

He just didn't know how. Josh decided to start the 2 Boost Courses.

Before starting,
Josh couldn't walk for more than a minute without experiencing symptoms.

The first few weeks of the program were tough for Josh. He struggled to keep up with the intervals, feeling exhausted and frustrated at his body's limitations. The cognitive exercises also presented a challenge, testing his
focus and memory in ways he hadn't experienced before.

But Josh was determined. Fueled by the hope of reclaiming his life. Slowly but surely, he began to notice changes. The headaches became less frequent, the dizziness less intense. He found himself able to concentrate for longer periods, and his mood lifted as the fog of his symptoms began to lift.

By the end of the three-month program, Josh was amazed at the transformation. He was back on the basketball court and he reveled in the freedom of biking without fear. But perhaps most importantly, he felt like himself again – vibrant, energetic, and full of life.

As Josh reflected on his journey, he couldn't help but feel grateful for the
 Boost Courses. Their evidence-based approach had given him the tools he needed to overcome his symptoms and reclaim his life.

And now, he hoped his story would inspire others to take that first step towards healing.

About me

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Hi! I am Silvie, 32 years old and in May 2017, I had a scooter accident, which caused me whiplash and concussion. That day, I went home after the accident, not knowing I’d just walked into a new life.

"I was constantly torn between "I can't let this concussion ruin my life" and "I have to listen to my body and rest".

I struggled for years to find the right help and understand what was going on with me. The regular doctors I visited couldn't address my symptoms.

In all those years I was Googling to find experts who could help me. I was missing the correct knowledge to move forward.

After years of struggle, I am back to feeling my old self again...

How?

In June 2019, I spent $10k on a treatment; I went to Cognitive FX 

 

A concussion center in Utah is where I learned everything about specific interval training and cognitive exercises specialized for people with a concussion.

This helped me overcome my concussion symptoms. That's why I want to make this knowledge more accessible for everyone so they can reduce their symptoms too.

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I've poured my heart and soul into developing these 2 boost courses.
 

In the courses, I teach others implement these specific interval and cognitive training techniques in the most beneficial way to ensure they get the best results in reducing their symptoms.

Because simply engaging in 'some' cardio exercises or doing ‘some’ puzzles won't bring about a massive change.
 

More is needed if you truly want to overcome your symptoms.

 

PS: I want to credit Dr. Mark Allen, Neuroscientist and Co-Founder of Cognitive FX, who developed the scientific foundation that makes this approach unique. 

1200+

Concussion survivors helped reduce symptoms

6+

Years concussion
(and whiplash)

survivor myself

500+

Concussion survivors helped with interval/cognitive training

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Introducing my 2 Boost Courses

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Learn how to do the intervals and cognitive exercises in the most beneficial way to reduce concussion symptoms.

What's inside?

1. 2-Week Interval Course

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You will receive lifetime access to the 2-week interval course focusing on the most effective exercise for concussions: interval training.

Developed by Dr. Mark Allen, Neuroscientist and Co-Founder of Cognitive FX, this unique approach combines interval training with specific breathing exercises, proven to reduce symptoms effectively.

  • What do I learn?
    You'll learn everything about how to best implement interval training and which cognitive exercises are most beneficial for reducing your symptoms. Both specially designed for individuals with a concussion to achieve maximum results. You gain access to the extensive online environment where you'll learn everything about how to apply interval training and the 15 cognitive exercises. From how often and how long to do the intervals to step-by-step instructions on how to apply each cognitive exercise.
  • How quickly will I see results?
    The frustrating answer is: every concussion is different. I wish I could give you a guarantee, but unfortunately, I can't predict the future. However, I can provide you with all the proven and researched information about the two methods that have resulted in rapid improvement for many. You'll need to take the steps yourself to achieve results. It's really about applying the knowledge I share with you. That being said, we know what we're doing: We've already helped over 500 concussion survivors in these courses to reduce their symptoms. We recommend these two methods because we fully stand behind them given the results achieved. 70% of them reported positive changes in symptoms within the first week or month. People who don't feel it immediately in the first month often experience a clear improvement after this time because recovery sometimes just needs a bit more time.
  • Why this price?
    While I'd love to offer everything for free, creating and maintaining quality online training programs like these 2 Boost Courses demands significant time, effort, and resources. This is my work, and if I were to provide all of this (full-time job) for free, I'd have to find another job, which means waving goodbye to these courses. I spent 10k to acquire this knowledge and to make it more accessible for everyone I've poured my heart and soul into developing comprehensive courses that truly makes a difference for those navigating the challenges of concussion recovery. To ensure the courses remain updated and sustainable, there's a cost associated with accessing it. I collaborate closely with physiotherapists and concussion experts (whose expertise isn't free either) to ensure the knowledge inside this program is correct and up to date. Part of the investment goes there, another part goes back into continually improving the program, while the rest goes toward powering up our tech team and keeping the lights on. Your investment not only benefits you but also helps us keep this valuable community and resource alive and thriving.
  • I find it scary to invest money, is this the right investment?
    Very understandable! Investing in yourself can be scary, especially if you've already tried many things that didn't seem to work. But if you don't invest, nothing will change in your approach, and you won't progress any faster than you are now. Because if you keep doing what you've been doing, you'll keep getting what you've been getting. Believe me, I've been there too. You'll have to take the leap to move forward at some point. The question is, will you do it now, or will you keep postponing it? Just because you're dealing with the symptoms doesn't mean you know what the right thing to do is. Healing from a concussion is a specialized field. It's likely not something you've been trained in yourself, and many doctors also don't know what to do about it. You could focus on 1000 general treatments, but who's to say they'll reduce your concussion symptoms? Often, these treatments only provide temporary relief, a slight improvement, or even do more harm than good. Rather than "just doing something" and overwhelming yourself with countless options that may not apply to your situation, let's prioritize focusing on doing the right thing: two proven and researched methods to achieve faster progress.
  • I've tried many things already, is this a good step?
    It's great that you've already been working on reducing your symptoms! Often, many treatments are very general; they focus on many different conditions, and concussion is somewhere on the list, so they are not specialized in concussions. Also, many treatments have not been researched, so you're essentially just trying things out in the hope that they work. I don't support this approach because it often only costs money, energy, and time. These 2 Boost Courses are the only online resources where you receive this knowledge and support for this price that’s proven, researched, AND specifically focused on concussions. Are you curious about how these courses personally differs for you compared to previous experiences? Feel free to let me know, and I can take a look with you.
  • Why should I choose your courses instead of sessions with a therapist?
    These courses are backed by research and specially designed for people with a concussion to get maximum results. Instead of doing multiple sessions with a physical therapist, you also need to do sessions with a cognitive therapist who specializes in concussions. This program saves you: Time from finding the right therapists who know what they are doing. Money because a single session may already cost more than $50. (Travel) stress, time and energy because you don’t have fixed appointments to travel to over and over again.
  • How can I adapt interval training if I can't exercise yet?
    This was exactly the situation of someone who started the courses a few months ago and found it increasingly challenging to exercise. He started very slowly to ensure it went well and to make sure he felt confident doing the intervals. Often, we tend to push ourselves too hard or not do the right things, causing the body to become more imbalanced. If you make sure to build up gently and get the right push (don't worry; you'll learn that in the courses), progress is definitely possible. The strange thing is, what I see a lot and what my experience was too, normal exercise didn't work, but the intervals (building up slowly) did work. The sessions doesn't have to be long, sometimes 10 minutes, or even less can make a huge difference. Interval training is about increasing your heart rate, and you can choose the exercise that works best for you. It could be swimming, cycling, using a cross-trainer, jumping on a trampoline or even brisk walking —whatever suits you. Some participants in wheelchairs have successfully completed interval training by using their arms.
  • In what format are these courses available?
    These courses are available in video or text format (so you can choose what works best for you). You can also print it (and read the text) or listen to the videos (instead of watching) if screen time bothers you.
  • How much time does these courses take?
    On average, an interval and cognitive session together take 30 minutes each time (so 15 minutes each). We recommend starting with interval training first, and once you've mastered that, you can start with cognitive training. You should do a session at least 2 and up to 5 times per week for the best results. Within the online environment, you can choose to watch all the videos, which takes about 2 hours. Or you can skip this and go straight to the step-by-step guide to start immediately. You don't have to watch all videos to start.
  • When can I start?
    You can start right away after purchasing one or both of the courses. The courses are available on demand, so you have lifetime access and can follow everything at your own pace.
  • Screens are hard for me to handle. What is your advice?
    I totally get it. I had a hard time handling screens as well. That's why I tried to make your recovery easier. Instead of searching for information yourself, I did this for you. I offer all the knowledge you need to know about cognitive exercises and interval training into these courses. I did my best to make them simple and easy to watch. You can listen to most of them or read/print the text. Don't want to watch any videos? That's possible too. For the interval course, there is a 2-page step-by-step guide that you can print and start right away. For the cognitive course, there is also a step-by-step guide that you can print. In this guide, you'll find all 15 cognitive exercises. These exercises aren't computer-based; we use everyday objects like post-it notes, balls, and playing cards, along with printable PDF sheets and audio recordings.
  • Do you give medical advice?
    I don’t give medical advice, everything is based on what I learned from concussion experts (research from Dr. Mark Allen), experiences with other people who followed these exact steps, and my own experience. By remaining in this course, you are accepting that you have read, understood, and agreed to my disclaimer.
  • I didn't sustain a concussion but have another TBI. Can these courses be helpful for me too?
    As many symptoms are similar the courses can also be helpful for people dealing with a stroke, carbon monoxide poisoning, long COVID, or any other traumatic brain injury. If you’re doubting or want to discuss if this works for you, feel free to send me an email at info@theconcussioncommunity.com so I can think along with you.
  • Do I need to buy anything else to start the courses?
    There are a few things that will help to do the exercises but are all optional. Most of the time we just work with tools we have in our house, so you don’t have to make extra costs. For the interval training, a heart rate monitor can be helpful and a stopwatch. But both are optional if you don’t have the money to purchase one. And for the cognitive course, you need some post-its, a tennis ball or any other thing you can toss and a deck of playing cards. And it might be a good idea to work with a balance board as well for the multitask and balance exercises, but this can also work when you stand on one leg, for example. So not that much is needed to start.
  • I have another question...
    Can't find your question listed? Send me a message at info@theconcussioncommunity.com! I am here to help.

21 videos + 2 hours of bonus materials to calm down.
Available online in video/text format.

Don't worry, you don't have to go through everything to start, there is a 2-page step-by-step guide.

2. 5-Week Cognitive Course

  • What do I learn?
    You'll learn everything about how to best implement interval training and which cognitive exercises are most beneficial for reducing your symptoms. Both specially designed for individuals with a concussion to achieve maximum results. You gain access to the extensive online environment where you'll learn everything about how to apply interval training and the 15 cognitive exercises. From how often and how long to do the intervals to step-by-step instructions on how to apply each cognitive exercise.
  • How quickly will I see results?
    The frustrating answer is: every concussion is different. I wish I could give you a guarantee, but unfortunately, I can't predict the future. However, I can provide you with all the proven and researched information about the two methods that have resulted in rapid improvement for many. You'll need to take the steps yourself to achieve results. It's really about applying the knowledge I share with you. That being said, we know what we're doing: We've already helped over 500 concussion survivors in these courses to reduce their symptoms. We recommend these two methods because we fully stand behind them given the results achieved. 70% of them reported positive changes in symptoms within the first week or month. People who don't feel it immediately in the first month often experience a clear improvement after this time because recovery sometimes just needs a bit more time.
  • Why this price?
    While I'd love to offer everything for free, creating and maintaining quality online training programs like these 2 Boost Courses demands significant time, effort, and resources. This is my work, and if I were to provide all of this (full-time job) for free, I'd have to find another job, which means waving goodbye to these courses. I spent 10k to acquire this knowledge and to make it more accessible for everyone I've poured my heart and soul into developing comprehensive courses that truly makes a difference for those navigating the challenges of concussion recovery. To ensure the courses remain updated and sustainable, there's a cost associated with accessing it. I collaborate closely with physiotherapists and concussion experts (whose expertise isn't free either) to ensure the knowledge inside this program is correct and up to date. Part of the investment goes there, another part goes back into continually improving the program, while the rest goes toward powering up our tech team and keeping the lights on. Your investment not only benefits you but also helps us keep this valuable community and resource alive and thriving.
  • I find it scary to invest money, is this the right investment?
    Very understandable! Investing in yourself can be scary, especially if you've already tried many things that didn't seem to work. But if you don't invest, nothing will change in your approach, and you won't progress any faster than you are now. Because if you keep doing what you've been doing, you'll keep getting what you've been getting. Believe me, I've been there too. You'll have to take the leap to move forward at some point. The question is, will you do it now, or will you keep postponing it? Just because you're dealing with the symptoms doesn't mean you know what the right thing to do is. Healing from a concussion is a specialized field. It's likely not something you've been trained in yourself, and many doctors also don't know what to do about it. You could focus on 1000 general treatments, but who's to say they'll reduce your concussion symptoms? Often, these treatments only provide temporary relief, a slight improvement, or even do more harm than good. Rather than "just doing something" and overwhelming yourself with countless options that may not apply to your situation, let's prioritize focusing on doing the right thing: two proven and researched methods to achieve faster progress.
  • I've tried many things already, is this a good step?
    It's great that you've already been working on reducing your symptoms! Often, many treatments are very general; they focus on many different conditions, and concussion is somewhere on the list, so they are not specialized in concussions. Also, many treatments have not been researched, so you're essentially just trying things out in the hope that they work. I don't support this approach because it often only costs money, energy, and time. These 2 Boost Courses are the only online resources where you receive this knowledge and support for this price that’s proven, researched, AND specifically focused on concussions. Are you curious about how these courses personally differs for you compared to previous experiences? Feel free to let me know, and I can take a look with you.
  • Why should I choose your courses instead of sessions with a therapist?
    These courses are backed by research and specially designed for people with a concussion to get maximum results. Instead of doing multiple sessions with a physical therapist, you also need to do sessions with a cognitive therapist who specializes in concussions. This program saves you: Time from finding the right therapists who know what they are doing. Money because a single session may already cost more than $50. (Travel) stress, time and energy because you don’t have fixed appointments to travel to over and over again.
  • How can I adapt interval training if I can't exercise yet?
    This was exactly the situation of someone who started the courses a few months ago and found it increasingly challenging to exercise. He started very slowly to ensure it went well and to make sure he felt confident doing the intervals. Often, we tend to push ourselves too hard or not do the right things, causing the body to become more imbalanced. If you make sure to build up gently and get the right push (don't worry; you'll learn that in the courses), progress is definitely possible. The strange thing is, what I see a lot and what my experience was too, normal exercise didn't work, but the intervals (building up slowly) did work. The sessions doesn't have to be long, sometimes 10 minutes, or even less can make a huge difference. Interval training is about increasing your heart rate, and you can choose the exercise that works best for you. It could be swimming, cycling, using a cross-trainer, jumping on a trampoline or even brisk walking —whatever suits you. Some participants in wheelchairs have successfully completed interval training by using their arms.
  • In what format are these courses available?
    These courses are available in video or text format (so you can choose what works best for you). You can also print it (and read the text) or listen to the videos (instead of watching) if screen time bothers you.
  • How much time does these courses take?
    On average, an interval and cognitive session together take 30 minutes each time (so 15 minutes each). We recommend starting with interval training first, and once you've mastered that, you can start with cognitive training. You should do a session at least 2 and up to 5 times per week for the best results. Within the online environment, you can choose to watch all the videos, which takes about 2 hours. Or you can skip this and go straight to the step-by-step guide to start immediately. You don't have to watch all videos to start.
  • When can I start?
    You can start right away after purchasing one or both of the courses. The courses are available on demand, so you have lifetime access and can follow everything at your own pace.
  • Screens are hard for me to handle. What is your advice?
    I totally get it. I had a hard time handling screens as well. That's why I tried to make your recovery easier. Instead of searching for information yourself, I did this for you. I offer all the knowledge you need to know about cognitive exercises and interval training into these courses. I did my best to make them simple and easy to watch. You can listen to most of them or read/print the text. Don't want to watch any videos? That's possible too. For the interval course, there is a 2-page step-by-step guide that you can print and start right away. For the cognitive course, there is also a step-by-step guide that you can print. In this guide, you'll find all 15 cognitive exercises. These exercises aren't computer-based; we use everyday objects like post-it notes, balls, and playing cards, along with printable PDF sheets and audio recordings.
  • Do you give medical advice?
    I don’t give medical advice, everything is based on what I learned from concussion experts (research from Dr. Mark Allen), experiences with other people who followed these exact steps, and my own experience. By remaining in this course, you are accepting that you have read, understood, and agreed to my disclaimer.
  • I didn't sustain a concussion but have another TBI. Can these courses be helpful for me too?
    As many symptoms are similar the courses can also be helpful for people dealing with a stroke, carbon monoxide poisoning, long COVID, or any other traumatic brain injury. If you’re doubting or want to discuss if this works for you, feel free to send me an email at info@theconcussioncommunity.com so I can think along with you.
  • Do I need to buy anything else to start the courses?
    There are a few things that will help to do the exercises but are all optional. Most of the time we just work with tools we have in our house, so you don’t have to make extra costs. For the interval training, a heart rate monitor can be helpful and a stopwatch. But both are optional if you don’t have the money to purchase one. And for the cognitive course, you need some post-its, a tennis ball or any other thing you can toss and a deck of playing cards. And it might be a good idea to work with a balance board as well for the multitask and balance exercises, but this can also work when you stand on one leg, for example. So not that much is needed to start.
  • I have another question...
    Can't find your question listed? Send me a message at info@theconcussioncommunity.com! I am here to help.

You will gain lifetime access to the 5-week cognitive course.

 

Let's restore damaged pathways and create new ones in the brain, which can reduce many symptoms.

Through 15 specific exercises, researched and proven effective, we target all areas of your brain, focusing on those affected by a concussion.

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25 videos + 1.5 hours of bonus materials to calm down.

Available online in video/text format.

Don't worry, you don't have to go through everything to start, there is a step-by-step guide.

These exercises utilize everyday objects like post-it notes, balls, and playing cards, along with printable PDF sheets and audio/video recordings. They cover multitasking, balance, vision, memory, movement, word/number/card games, and cognitive tasks.

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At the end of these 2 courses...

 

✓ You will notice the first improvements that make you feel more motivated than ever.

You will know exactly why interval training is the most effective exercise for people with a concussion. 

✓ You will know how it helped me and how long it took before my symptoms reduced.

 

✓ You will know how to do the interval training yourself in the most effective way to reduce your concussion symptoms and notice your first improvements.

✓ You will have 15 cognitive exercises as a baseline to do cognitive training. You can do them over and over again and make every exercise less or more challenging.

✓ You will know exactly what to do to reduce the fight/flight mode, your anxiety, headaches, fatigue, and increase your energy levels. 

✓ You will finally have the right knowledge about what to do to move forward in your recovery. 

✓ You will be able to rely on your body, enjoy the process of healing and gain more control over it.

✓ You stay motivated and you know how to move forward. 

What other people said about the courses...

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Once again, here's what you'll receive
(based on a $10k treatment):

Value: $422

2-Week Interval Course:

✔️ Lifetime access to the 2-Week Interval Course - Value $347:

Here, you'll learn everything about how to implement the proven interval training and the breathing exercises in the most beneficial way to reduce concussion symptoms. After sustaining a concussion, some connections may have fallen out of use, or are not working properly anymore. Interval training will help you restore the "roads".

✔️ Interval 2 page Step-by-Step Guide (value $75):

Do you often feel overwhelmed? Download or print this guide to know exactly what you need to do to start interval training right away.
 

✔️ My exact 3-month interval schedule:

This is the exact schedule I used to improve my symptoms. 

✔️ Option to print the entire program:
So you don't have to constantly look at your screen.

Value: $772

5-Week Cognitive Course:

✔️ Lifetime access to the 5-Week Cognitive Course - Value $697:

Here, you'll learn everything about the 15 proven cognitive exercises to stimulate and regulate those regions of your brain that are not functioning properly after a concussion. We create new pathways and strengthen them. When this happens, numerous symptoms can decrease. It's essential to do it right so that all parts of your brain are addressed. 

✔️ Cognitive Step-by-Step Guide (value $75):
If you prefer to begin immediately with the 15 cognitive exercises or want to reduce screen time, download or print this guide. It offers step-by-step explanations of the exercises and serves as a handy reminder. 

✔️ My exact 3-month cognitive schedule:

This is the exact schedule I used to improve my symptoms. 

✔️ Option to print the entire program:
So you don't have to constantly look at your screen.

Total Value: $1194

You can now enroll for:

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One-time payment / Lifetime access

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Are you still unsure whether the courses are suitable for you? Send me an email at info@theconcussioncommunity.com, and I will think along with you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What do I learn?
    You'll learn everything about how to best implement interval training and which cognitive exercises are most beneficial for reducing your symptoms. Both specially designed for individuals with a concussion to achieve maximum results. You gain access to the extensive online environment where you'll learn everything about how to apply interval training and the 15 cognitive exercises. From how often and how long to do the intervals to step-by-step instructions on how to apply each cognitive exercise.
  • How quickly will I see results?
    The frustrating answer is: every concussion is different. I wish I could give you a guarantee, but unfortunately, I can't predict the future. However, I can provide you with all the proven and researched information about the two methods that have resulted in rapid improvement for many. You'll need to take the steps yourself to achieve results. It's really about applying the knowledge I share with you. That being said, we know what we're doing: We've already helped over 500 concussion survivors in these courses to reduce their symptoms. We recommend these two methods because we fully stand behind them given the results achieved. 70% of them reported positive changes in symptoms within the first week or month. People who don't feel it immediately in the first month often experience a clear improvement after this time because recovery sometimes just needs a bit more time.
  • Why this price?
    While I'd love to offer everything for free, creating and maintaining quality online training programs like these 2 Boost Courses demands significant time, effort, and resources. This is my work, and if I were to provide all of this (full-time job) for free, I'd have to find another job, which means waving goodbye to these courses. I spent 10k to acquire this knowledge and to make it more accessible for everyone I've poured my heart and soul into developing comprehensive courses that truly makes a difference for those navigating the challenges of concussion recovery. To ensure the courses remain updated and sustainable, there's a cost associated with accessing it. I collaborate closely with physiotherapists and concussion experts (whose expertise isn't free either) to ensure the knowledge inside this program is correct and up to date. Part of the investment goes there, another part goes back into continually improving the program, while the rest goes toward powering up our tech team and keeping the lights on. Your investment not only benefits you but also helps us keep this valuable community and resource alive and thriving.
  • I find it scary to invest money, is this the right investment?
    Very understandable! Investing in yourself can be scary, especially if you've already tried many things that didn't seem to work. But if you don't invest, nothing will change in your approach, and you won't progress any faster than you are now. Because if you keep doing what you've been doing, you'll keep getting what you've been getting. Believe me, I've been there too. You'll have to take the leap to move forward at some point. The question is, will you do it now, or will you keep postponing it? Just because you're dealing with the symptoms doesn't mean you know what the right thing to do is. Healing from a concussion is a specialized field. It's likely not something you've been trained in yourself, and many doctors also don't know what to do about it. You could focus on 1000 general treatments, but who's to say they'll reduce your concussion symptoms? Often, these treatments only provide temporary relief, a slight improvement, or even do more harm than good. Rather than "just doing something" and overwhelming yourself with countless options that may not apply to your situation, let's prioritize focusing on doing the right thing: two proven and researched methods to achieve faster progress.
  • I've tried many things already, is this a good step?
    It's great that you've already been working on reducing your symptoms! Often, many treatments are very general; they focus on many different conditions, and concussion is somewhere on the list, so they are not specialized in concussions. Also, many treatments have not been researched, so you're essentially just trying things out in the hope that they work. I don't support this approach because it often only costs money, energy, and time. These 2 Boost Courses are the only online resources where you receive this knowledge and support for this price that’s proven, researched, AND specifically focused on concussions. Are you curious about how these courses personally differs for you compared to previous experiences? Feel free to let me know, and I can take a look with you.
  • Why should I choose your courses instead of sessions with a therapist?
    These courses are backed by research and specially designed for people with a concussion to get maximum results. Instead of doing multiple sessions with a physical therapist, you also need to do sessions with a cognitive therapist who specializes in concussions. This program saves you: Time from finding the right therapists who know what they are doing. Money because a single session may already cost more than $50. (Travel) stress, time and energy because you don’t have fixed appointments to travel to over and over again.
  • How can I adapt interval training if I can't exercise yet?
    This was exactly the situation of someone who started the courses a few months ago and found it increasingly challenging to exercise. He started very slowly to ensure it went well and to make sure he felt confident doing the intervals. Often, we tend to push ourselves too hard or not do the right things, causing the body to become more imbalanced. If you make sure to build up gently and get the right push (don't worry; you'll learn that in the courses), progress is definitely possible. The strange thing is, what I see a lot and what my experience was too, normal exercise didn't work, but the intervals (building up slowly) did work. The sessions doesn't have to be long, sometimes 10 minutes, or even less can make a huge difference. Interval training is about increasing your heart rate, and you can choose the exercise that works best for you. It could be swimming, cycling, using a cross-trainer, jumping on a trampoline or even brisk walking —whatever suits you. Some participants in wheelchairs have successfully completed interval training by using their arms.
  • In what format are these courses available?
    These courses are available in video or text format (so you can choose what works best for you). You can also print it (and read the text) or listen to the videos (instead of watching) if screen time bothers you.
  • How much time does these courses take?
    On average, an interval and cognitive session together take 30 minutes each time (so 15 minutes each). We recommend starting with interval training first, and once you've mastered that, you can start with cognitive training. You should do a session at least 2 and up to 5 times per week for the best results. Within the online environment, you can choose to watch all the videos, which takes about 2 hours. Or you can skip this and go straight to the step-by-step guide to start immediately. You don't have to watch all videos to start.
  • When can I start?
    You can start right away after purchasing one or both of the courses. The courses are available on demand, so you have lifetime access and can follow everything at your own pace.
  • Screens are hard for me to handle. What is your advice?
    I totally get it. I had a hard time handling screens as well. That's why I tried to make your recovery easier. Instead of searching for information yourself, I did this for you. I offer all the knowledge you need to know about cognitive exercises and interval training into these courses. I did my best to make them simple and easy to watch. You can listen to most of them or read/print the text. Don't want to watch any videos? That's possible too. For the interval course, there is a 2-page step-by-step guide that you can print and start right away. For the cognitive course, there is also a step-by-step guide that you can print. In this guide, you'll find all 15 cognitive exercises. These exercises aren't computer-based; we use everyday objects like post-it notes, balls, and playing cards, along with printable PDF sheets and audio recordings.
  • Do you give medical advice?
    I don’t give medical advice, everything is based on what I learned from concussion experts (research from Dr. Mark Allen), experiences with other people who followed these exact steps, and my own experience. By remaining in this course, you are accepting that you have read, understood, and agreed to my disclaimer.
  • I didn't sustain a concussion but have another TBI. Can these courses be helpful for me too?
    As many symptoms are similar the courses can also be helpful for people dealing with a stroke, carbon monoxide poisoning, long COVID, or any other traumatic brain injury. If you’re doubting or want to discuss if this works for you, feel free to send me an email at info@theconcussioncommunity.com so I can think along with you.
  • Do I need to buy anything else to start the courses?
    There are a few things that will help to do the exercises but are all optional. Most of the time we just work with tools we have in our house, so you don’t have to make extra costs. For the interval training, a heart rate monitor can be helpful and a stopwatch. But both are optional if you don’t have the money to purchase one. And for the cognitive course, you need some post-its, a tennis ball or any other thing you can toss and a deck of playing cards. And it might be a good idea to work with a balance board as well for the multitask and balance exercises, but this can also work when you stand on one leg, for example. So not that much is needed to start.
  • I have another question...
    Can't find your question listed? Send me a message at info@theconcussioncommunity.com! I am here to help.
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