Who is our hero for this week? Who is our zero? Find out more in this week’s Heroes and Zeroes.
It is not easy being an Olympic athlete. They go through years of training, qualifications and tournaments, all in the pursuit of Gold medal at an event that happens only every 4 years…or so we thought.
Too many concussions are happening these days. Find out the 10 best ways to avoid them.
It is an unavoidable fact of life that the natural aging process has a negative effect on the mind. Mental processes begin slowing down in the golden years, and frequently skills like driving and navigating large crowds can begin to decline. But that isn’t a guarantee.
This week, we provide you with a special Basketball edition for Heroes and Zeroes. Who is our hero? Who is our zero? Find out more in this week’s Heroes and Zeroes.
Most decision-making that athletes do during a game relies on biological motion. Is the opposing player going to pass, or shoot? Improving your ability to accurately read biological motion is key to becoming a better athlete.
As professional athletes show greater talent than ever, the gap has never been smaller. Even the smallest of advantages can be the difference between a star player and a good one. Tactical awareness mode allows for specialized and complex sport-specific training. Read more about tactical awareness mode in hockey.
NeuroTracker may be as vital for the military as physical exercise according to WIRED magazine. NeuroTracker has been used by multiple military entities in the world. Visit this page to read the full article by WIRED.
In this blog series, JLJ is your regular guy. He has a day job, a lovely family, and he regularly plays some sports, mainly soccer, for fun. He has heard about NeuroTracker for a while, but has never tried it. He is writing this guest blog series to describe his full experience with NeuroTracker with all the highs and lows of a mental training program.
Most people agree on that in the state that they are in today, sideline concussion protocols are a joke. We’ve compiled a list of some of the more prevalent reasons that current sideline concussion protocols are not working.