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Presenter Todd Sampson puts brain training to the test, undergoing a radical brain makeover.

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Dr. David Martin helps Todd improve his mind-body connection.
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A team of experts coach Todd to increase his creativity and overcome limiting mindsets.
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Dr. Michael Merzenich teaches Todd how to turbo-charge his thinking speed, attention and memory.

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