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Halo Sport Neurostimulator Used By NFL Athletes And Now Available For Public Sale

NFL athletes hit new performance peaks with Halo Sport System and Halo Neuroscience makes it available to the general public.

“As a result of training with Halo Sport, my standing vertical jump has increased 6-8 inches. In addition I've added over 80 pounds to my squat max,” said T.J. Carrie,

“As a result of training with Halo Sport, my standing vertical jump has increased 6-8 inches. In addition I’ve added over 80 pounds to my squat max,” said T.J. Carrie,

Halo Sport is now in use as a performance enhancement product by NFL players to help these special athletes unlock their full potential with their proprietary sports tech. This secret sports technology training invention was designed as a neurostimulator and created by Halo to help train players to perform at maximum levels...

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Ohio University Online Master in Coaching Education infographic: The Evolving Modern Professional Athlete.

New Motion-Tracking Tech Allows NBA Fans to See Players Like Never Before.

New Motion-Tracking Tech Allows NBA Fans to See Players Like Never Before.

With the Rio 2016 Olympics at a close and the Paralympics underway, there were many exciting stories to come out of this year’s events including those with a sports technology focus, yet none received as much media attention as 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte and his three USA Swimming teammates involvement in the gas station fiasco down in Brazil which came to light after a video was revealed catching them all in a cover up lie. Hope Solo was suspended by US Soccer from the women’s national team after critical remarks she made after a semifinals soccer loss to team Sweden in Rio...

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Halo Sport Is The First Neurotechnology Of Its Kind Designed For Athletes

Announcing Halo Sport: Neurotechnology for Athletes

Announcing Halo Sport: Neurotechnology for Athletes

Halo Sport Is The First Neurotechnology Of Its Kind Designed For Athletes

Halo Neuroscience developed a new neuropriming headset because neurostimulation is the next area of focus with sport and technology. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with CEO and Founder, Daniel Chao, about their revolutionary tech invention, Halo Sport. It looks like headphones, but it’s touted as “the first neurotechnology of its kind for athletes.” It uses pulses of energy to “prime” the brain and motor cortex for optimum physical performance enabling athletes to achieve more out of their training and practices. I was able to look at preliminary data on the benefits of using the product...

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Tips for Athletes Looking to File a Personal Injury Claim

Tips for Athletes Looking to File a Personal Injury Claim - Sports Techie blog

Tips for Athletes Looking to File a Personal Injury Claim – Sports Techie blog

Tips for Athletes Looking to File a Personal Injury Claim

Suffered a serious sports-related injury and wondering who’s going to foot the bill? While your insurance company may cover the cost of medical services, it does not cover any other expenses you may have in relation to the injury. While injuries are an unfortunate reality in the world of sports, if you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence you could be entitled to compensation. The Sports Techie community blog thanks fellow blogger Sara Stringer for her contribution that applies to any sport injury that is the fault of someone other than yourself. Such is the lawsuit covered by the New York Post brought on by ex-NFL players suing ...

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Fun Fall Get-Togethers for Young Athletes and Sports Fans

Online sports games include both the traditional team contests such as football, basketball and soccer, as well as more leisure sports including pool, darts and paddleball.

Online sports games include both the traditional team contests such as football, basketball and soccer, as well as more leisure sports including pool, darts and paddleball.

Fun Fall Get-Togethers for Young Athletes and Sports Fans

Kids who play sports tend to eat, sleep and breathe their game of choice and often it involves technology. If your son or daughter is one of the 7.7 million in the U.S. who play on a high school team, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations, or if they dream of doing so when older, support their athletic focus and competitive spirit by hosting one of these fun fall get-togethers, and keep intelligent sports tech products in mind.

Sports Trivia Contest

Every young athlete has a role model and favorite pro team, and they can typicall...

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Team Citi Athletes Team Up with U.S Olympic, Paralympic And Community Programs In Need

The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics are here and the Sports Techie community blog is now part of an exclusive group of bloggers who are using their influence to share stories of the Team Citi® athletes and the programs they are helping, while supporting Team USA.  These nine U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes represent nine winter sports programs in need. Each Team Citi athlete has teamed up with a U.S Olympic, Paralympic or community program in need. Citi donated $500,000 to the U.S. Olympic Committee to help these programs thrive Citi® Every Step of the Way®. You decide who should get the funds.

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$500,000 Citi Donation –You help decide where it goes with just a click

Olympic fans here in the United States and around the world to sup...

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Ready Nutrition Adds LA Rams Superstar Aaron Donald As Co-Owner Investor

Ready® Nutrition Twitter (@ready_nutrition) Founder and President Pat Cavanaugh (L) and Aaron Donald (R) @AaronDonald97, IG: aarondonald99)

Pittsburgh based Ready® Nutrition added LA Rams superstar and noob, Aaron Donald, to Team Ready as a co-owner and investor but don’t think just because he is new to the fitness drink investment game this athlete didn’t do his business homework on the investment. Founder and President Pat Cavanaugh announced on Tuesday that his sports nutrition company was adding the former University of Pittsburgh All-American defensive tackle, thirteenth pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, and two time AP defensive player of the year in 2017 and 2019, because he was a user and believer in Ready Protein Water...

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Frontier X Next-Gen Wearable Tech Launches At TCS NYC Marathon

Frontier X is wearable tech created by Fourth Frontier Technologies as a next-gen device used by endurance athletes to measure breathing rates and the effort used during a measured breathing rate. This first-of-its-kind wearable debuted in New York City today at a launch event at the Hilton in midtown Manhattan hosted by Paula Radcliffe, a former Marathon world record holder, and Tim Hutchings, 1984 UK Olympian and current broadcaster. The more than 50,000 runners and coaches participating in the TCS New York City Marathon on Nov 3 can check it out at the ongoing Expo before the race. Frontier X was designed by a team of biomedical engineers and doctors to detect breathing rate (effort) and cardiac strain (heart health)...

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Mayweather + Boxing Fitness Franchises Use Immersive VR, Sports Tech and Workouts By Floyd

Mayweather Boxing + Fitness VR Workouts

Mayweather Boxing + Fitness is ready for franchisees, gym members and at-home exercisers worldwide to engage together and get fit using their cutting edge, global sports technology platform. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with James Williams, the Mayweather Boxing + Fitness CEO, about Floyd Mayweather’s legacy business as the world’s greatest boxer, if a 21- year and 50-0 career record has earned him the GOAT status as many fans, fighters, trainers and boxing experts, all agree on...

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Woodbine Turf Cup Horse Racing Simulator Tracks Rider Position For Prizes

Toronto Ont.September 11, 2019.Woodbine Racetrack.Ricoh Woodbine Mile Post Position Draw Toronto Raptors Norm Powell.Woodbine/ michael burns photo

The new Woodbine Entertainment animated horse racing simulation is ready for operation at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto at the Ricoh Woodbine Mile this weekend. Fans act as a jockey during the major stakes race simulator developed by Catalyst VR out of Australia and designed as a racing specific activation that brings Canadians closer to racing than ever before at the largest race track in Canada. The Sports Techie community blog chatted with Daniel Caufield, Head of Partnerships at Woodbine Entertainment, about the Turf Cup Challenge, the fan engagement experience and data capture opportunities this platform offers...

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