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Train Your Brain: Practical Guide To Stimulate Your Neurons

Neuroscience Brain Training: Use neurogenesis and neuroplasticity to improve your brain, mental strength and sharpness

4.68 (1735 reviews)


2 hours


Apr 2021

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What you will learn

Understand the concept of Neurogenesis and how to use it.

Understand the three different types of activities that will stimulate or harm our neurogenesis

Practice a full range of exercises in order to stimulate new brain cell creation

Apply a simple 30 days action plan to stimulate your own neurogenesis


Through our interactions with our students, there is this one question that always comes back: ‘How do I improve my brain’.

 This course is our answer to that one question. Because, as much as we would’ve liked to reveal the one magical trick to significantly enhance our brain, it simply doesn’t work that way. As we will see, there is no scientific evidence to back up the claims of brain games and other programs, even though they claim they do.

One of my all time favourite quotes about the brain is from Emmerson Pugh, an American Scientist, who said

“If the human brain were so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t.”

I guess, that says it all. 

So what are we going to do? What is this course all about?

The two vital elements behind improving our brain are Neurogenesis and Neuroplasticity. Neurogenesis is about the creation of new brain cells. And Neuroplasticity about putting those new brain cells to a good use. 

Now what follows is key to everything we will see in this course. You see, depending on our life style choices, we see a huge variation in the rate of neurogenesis. We’re talking 3 to 5 times more new brain cells being created... or not. And again, depending on those life style choices, we will see 60 to 70% of these new brain cells die off... or not. 

So basically, the quality of our life has a direct influence on the quality of our brain.

Some choices will boost the creation and wiring of brain cells, and other choices will drastically lower this same creation and wiring.

The place where it all starts is the hippocampus. It’s been known for a long time that the hippocampus is involved in forming new memories, and remembering them. Damage to the hippocampus will lead to cognitive deficits and memory problems. scientists have established this over and over again, with research into injuries and illnesses. Alzheimer for example, massively attacks the hippocampus, with the unfortunate results we know.

But the hippocampus does more than that. It is one of two places in the brain where we keep growing new brain cells during our entire life. Yes, our entire adult life. It doesn’t stop in our early twenties as previously thought. It just goes on, and on, and on ...

Now, for most people, the rate of neurogenesis decreases once they reach age 30 to 35. Sometimes, this decrease is so dramatic that by age 40 the first noticeable mental effects are already observable: We’re talking memory loss, cognitive impairment, anxiety and depression, loss of vitality, and so on.

But this is no fatality. Whatever our age, whatever the current state of our brain, This can change. Our brain can renew itself at any age. And depending on our lifestyle choices, we can increase that neurogenesis rate again.

And that’s exactly what we aim to do with this program.


Train Your Brain: Practical Guide To Stimulate Your Neurons
Train Your Brain: Practical Guide To Stimulate Your Neurons
Train Your Brain: Practical Guide To Stimulate Your Neurons
Train Your Brain: Practical Guide To Stimulate Your Neurons




About Brain Games

5 Pillars to Brain Health

Get up


Stairway to heaven

A complex and rich environment

Work that body

Get Up Quiz

Finding balance


That was ... interesting

The world awaits around the corner

About nuns (yes, nuns!)

Finding Balance Quiz

No (wo)man is an island


This one works both ways

I'll be there for you ....

Free hugs, but not for everyone...

Free pass to crazy

You shall not pass

No (wo)man is an island Quiz

Time out


About Melatonin

Give me 20 minutes ...

Shhht ....

Don't let the bed bugs bite!

Time Out Quiz

Building blocks for your brain

One fatty blob

Like a fish in the water

It's about the dye

hot and spicy

Hold your horses

Building Blocks Quiz

Brain Boosters

Introduction Brain Boosters


Music was my first love

Brain Killers

Introduction Brain Killers

I will survive!

Gimme more!

From biking to American football



Neurogenesis Quiz

Your next 30 days

Some personal advice

Thank you!

Certificate of Completion


Group9 October 2020

I liked it as it promoted healthy style of living in a simple and achievable way - movement, novelty, connections, breaks, diet. It balances science and practical daily tips with elegance.

Graham8 October 2020

There is a lot of new information and good reminders for things that we possibly already know but don't practise.

Donna28 September 2020

This course is very informative and interesting, action steps are clear and concise, the instructors voice is pleasant and clear, the intro to the sections is a little annoying, and I didn't like the emoji clips and the gifs, but that's more of personal preference. Overall I believe it was well worth the money and I am pleased that I got what I paid for.

Jolita20 September 2020

I am very happy to know everything about my brain and how I can to improve my and my friends and coleagues lives better!!

Noel7 September 2020

Excellent presentation; mastery of the subject, clarity and precision; sharp and clear explanations; grateful to have this course; it changed the whole spectrum of life.

M17 February 2020

I have been looking for information online about brain age and how to improve memory, brain function and ways to reduce the potential for Alzheimers (which runs in my family). This is one of the best sources of information I have found so far that isn't gimmicky or just trying to upsell other products. Very straight forward and well presented. Easy to digest the content and easy to implement next steps. Kudos!

Simonetta4 February 2020

Simply explained though very interesting and full of practical examples. I would recommend it to everybody.

Abhinav1 February 2020

A Short Course & Very Useful because A Fit Brain promotes Learning and Learning is a Life-Long & a Never Ending Process.

Earl28 January 2020

I've been needing the info in this course for a long time. Thank you for making this type of study available. :)

Nikita22 January 2020

Perfeccct! Perfect fit, they pay me dip, I strip this snip and make it lit The top gon' pop and y'all gon trip, y'all know the way I treat my shift The cut is nice I like it bit, I made this beat by freestyling it, Y'all know I dig, catch addy from me, walk up in the club without id. Now you know it's a real review lol

Laura10 January 2020

Interesting. The info reinforces many actions I had started practicing the last decade, or so. I’m on the right path.

Camila9 January 2020

The lecturer is very enthusiastic and engaging, very well done! Besides, the most important factor that made me purchase this course was that is strongly evidence-based! Thanks a lot for that!

Eskedar9 December 2019

The best class ever! Above my expectations for sure! I loved every bit of this class and the teacher is the best! Knowledgeable and very good in relaying the exact message of the content. Love it! I am definitely recommending many people to take it. I am also taking his other classes which by far found them all useful and worth spending my money. Thank you so much!

Beata12 October 2019

Very nice for people interested in effectiveness and productivity or interested in neurogenesis itself.

David16 September 2019

There is so much to say about this course. Neurogenesis is explained so well both in theory and with practical examples. It covers the entire spectrum of how to improve your brain, and it's done in such a fun and enjoyable way. Gregory is not only an expert in his field, but he is a master educator and truly knows how to engage and to keep your interest piqued for the entire course (with no fluff!). I first took his course on Neuroplasticity and loved it and thought that this course might be repetitive, but on the contrary, it is complimentary to his other courses but definitely in a class of its own. Gregory - thanks!


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