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Halo Sport enhances sprint cycling performance by 17%

In the latest peer-reviewed, placebo-controlled study, researchers found that Halo Sport increased mean power output in repeated sprint cycling trials and improved cognitive performance.

Halo Sport improves running endurance by 15%

In this 2019 study, independent researchers found that participants ran 15% longer at 80% of their VO2 max when receiving Halo Sport brain stimulation compared to placebo brain stimulation.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

USA Ski team results

Featured Study: Huang et al. 2019

Halo Sport Enhances Cycling Performance by 17%

In the latest peer-reviewed, placebo-controlled study, independent researchers found that Halo Sport significantly improved mean power output and cognitive performance.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

US Ski and Snowboard Results

Skill

All movement is learned in the brain

Playing piano, squatting a barbell, and running a marathon look different — but your brain learns each of these movements the same way. While the pathways in the brain that produce each movement differ, they're all created through repetition and plasticity.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

USA Ski team results

Featured Study: Huang et al. 2019

Halo Sport enhances sprint cycling performance by 17%

In the latest peer-reviewed, placebo-controlled study, researchers found that Halo Sport increased mean power output in repeated sprint cycling trials and improved cognitive performance.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

US Ski and Snowboard Results

Skill

All movement is learned in the brain

Playing piano, squatting a barbell, and running a marathon look different — but your brain learns each of these movements the same way. While the pathways in the brain that produce each movement differ, they're all created through repetition and plasticity.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

USA Ski team results

Featured Study: Huang et al. 2019

Halo Sport Enhances Cycling Performance by 17%

In the latest peer-reviewed, placebo-controlled study, independent researchers found that Halo Sport significantly improved mean power output and cognitive performance.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

US Ski and Snowboard Results

Skill

All movement is learned in the brain

Playing piano, squatting a barbell, and running a marathon look different — but your brain learns each of these movements the same way. While the pathways in the brain that produce each movement differ, they're all created through repetition and plasticity.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

USA Ski team results

Featured Study:​ Park et al. 2019

Halo Sport improves running endurance by 15%

In this 2019 study, independent researchers found that participants ran 15% longer at 80% of VO2 max when receiving Halo Sport brain stimulation compared to placebo brain stimulation.

45% Faster Results

With identical training, Halo Sport users reached goal performance 5 days sooner compared to a control group (45% faster).

US Ski and Snowboard Results

Skill

All movement is learned in the brain

Playing piano, squatting a barbell, and running a marathon look different — but your brain learns each of these movements the same way. While the pathways in the brain that produce each movement differ, they're all created through repetition and plasticity.