Neuroplasticity is the brain's innate ability to adapt to training and learn new skills - from foreign languages to math, directions to the nearest cafe, and, for an athlete, physical movement and strength. By stimulating the motor cortex during athletic training (i.e Neuropriming), the brain enters into a state of heightened plasticity known as "hyperplasticity," during which the brain adapts to training most effectively.
Articles in this section
- What is Halo Sport?
- How does Halo Sport work?
- What is Neuropriming?
- What is hyperplasticity?
- What is tDCS?
- Is there science behind Halo Sport?
- Is Halo Sport safe?
- What results have athletes seen when incorporating Halo Sport into their training?
- What effects have you seen in your in-house studies?
- Is Halo Sport a medical device?