Forget powders, pills, or shots — the fastest, most reliable way to boost your athletic performance might be inside your skull. The Halo Sport Neuropriming Headset uses pulses of energy to improve your training. Called neuropriming, it lets your motor cortex send stronger, more easily read signals to your muscles, so more fibers are activated with each rep, and strength is gained faster.
Halo Neuroscience has released the first headphones for athletes. Research says sending targeted signals to the brain can lead to faster training gains.
Used in conjunction with specially designed workouts, it can also help with the learning and sharpening of skills like swings, kicks, and throws. It connects to your phone wirelessly, and also works as a pair of Bluetooth headphones, so you don’t need to take them off once the priming is done and training begins.
For athletes, every rep counts. Reps are how the brain learns to develop athletic skills and strength.
Professional players and other athletes have been using the new Halo Neuroscience HaloSport headset, and now you can too.
Athletes use Halo Sport to get better results from every rep. Similar to a pre-workout meal that improves the body’s response to training, Halo Sport makes training more productive for the brain.
Neuropriming increases the excitability of motor neurons during athletic training to improve strength, skill, explosiveness, and endurance.
Athletic training encourages the brain to more easily reproduce strength and skill when required. This learning process is imperfect — athletes require literally thousands of reps to create the neurologic changes necessary to perform at the highest level come game time.
Halo Neuropriming technology puts the brain’s motor cortex in a temporary state of hyper-learning that lasts for an hour. During this time, feeding your brain quality athletic training repetitions results in this information being more fully incorporated into your brain. Essentially, Halo makes practice more productive for the brain.
Your motor cortex is responsible for all muscle control and movement within your body. Different parts of your motor cortex are responsible for different muscle groups. Each one of our Neuropriming Sessions is designed for a specific part of your motor cortex depending on what muscle group you want to train.
Choose the Legs, Core & Arms when you are working on larger muscle groups like squats, running or dancing. Use the Hands and Fingers Session when you are working on fine motor skills like dribbling a basketball, working on your tennis grip, or playing an instrument.
For the Hands & Fingers Sessions, each session has a positive effect on both hands, but a greater effect on the targeted hand. What we recommend is choosing the Session for the hand you want to emphasize (i.e. left hand to practice hand placement on a guitar neck or right hand to practice finger-picking). Some of our users will switch between the two (i.e. 2 days on one hand, 2 on the other).