September 7, 2017
Boston Herald
Olivia Vanni

You can now train your brain like Tom Brady. No, this isn’t the plot of a satirical sci-fi flick: TB12 has apparently teamed up with Posit Science to make the G.O.A.T.’s personal regimen of BrainHQ exercises and assessments available to the public.

Brady’s reportedly been doing BrainHQ exercises online over the past four years — during which time he’s lead the Pats to two Super Bowl championships. And he claims that the cognitive training has made a difference in how he thinks on the field.

“I’m not a brain scientist,” Brady said in a statement, “but I can tell you about my experience after using the exercises — I could feel myself seeing more, seeing things more quickly and accurately, and making better decisions, faster.”

If you ask us, “I’m not a brain scientist” Brady would make a primo recurring character on “SNL.”

Jokes aside, here’s what the real brain scientists are saying: More than 100 published, peer-reviewed studies point out the benefits of TB12 BrainHQ — from improved speed and executive function to better balance and gait. The research has actually revealed that the mental workouts can prompt chemical and structural changes within the brain.

In addition to doing them daily, Brady has incorporated these BrainHQ exercises into the TB12 Method, checking the box for a cognitive conditioning routine among his clients at Brady’s TB12 Sports Therapy Center in Foxboro.

And now, you can personally tap into these training seshes via You can give a limited number of daily activities a whirl for free. Or, you can shell out some cash — $14 for a month-to-month subscription or $96 for an annual subscription — to have full access to all of the exercises and TB12-unique content.

Who wouldn’t want to be on the same brainwave as Brady?