maximize your potential
The mission of JEKL is to change the world through empowerment by
maximizing mental, emotional, and physical potential.
HOW IT'S DONE...
JEKL is designed to maximize people’s mental, emotional, and physical potential. The program is predicated on principles that link mind and body with one’s energy. This can be achieved through Cognitive Mindset Coaching or by implementing neuromuscular bodyweight gymnastics conditioning, which is also a catalyst for the Reticulating Activation System, which ultimately positively effects the brain’s plasticity. To learn more about the RAS, check out the Train Your Brain section.
THE J³ FORMULA : J³= E
JEKL is built around the concept of human nature. The natural construction of the program is what allows people to experience change. Through interaction with basic elements, exposure to movements that encourage the application of critical thinking, willingness and energy, and coaching that is rooted in human biomechanics and neuroscience, change is inevitable and lasting. You can fool yourself but not the program. With the forces of nature at work you have no choice but to become authentic.
Train your brain
How much of a role does environment play in our genetics?
How consciously aware are we really?
Become exposed to the science of epigenetics and learn how you have the power to choose to change your life through your consciousness. See how we now have the ability to quantitatively measure levels of consciousness.
know your brain
SOME BASIC FACTS ABOUT THAT THING IN YOUR HEAD
Your brain is behind every action you've taken, every thought and dream you've had, and every feeling you've experienced. Our brain is instrumental in every single function of our existence. Without this knowledge, we limit the potential of joy and happiness in our lives.
CHOOSE YOUR TRANSFORMATION
All JEKL Programs are designed to maximize mental, emotional, and physical potential.
This is achieved by implementing neuromuscular bodyweight training and by using the five JEKL Principles to promote psychological development.
For more information please contact James C. Brennan