THE SCIENCE OF NEUROPRIMING
Developed from fifteen years of academic research, Neuropriming increases the excitability of motor neurons during athletic training to improve strength, skill, explosiveness, and endurance.
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The U.S. Military accelerated pilot and sniper training by 50% using neurotechnology.
Halo Sport builds on decades of academic research surrounding tDCS, TES, and other types of non-invasive brain stimulation. Over two thousand peer-reviewed papers speak to the efficacy, reliability, and safety of Halo Sport.
Thousands of hours of double-blind studies with more than 1,200 people have proven the efficacy, reliability, and safety of Halo Sport.
Medical Grade Engineering
Halo Sport is built with medical-grade engineering, including a quality system based on the ISO 13485 standard and safety and human factors engineering based on ISO 14971.
Our leadership team brings an MD, a Ph.D, and 30 years in neuroscience to Halo. Their previous company, NeuroPace, changed the lives of thousands of people suffering from epilepsy.
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.
Recruiting muscle fiber is only part of the equation. From golf swings to deadlifts, perfecting form and technique is essential.
Whether you are training to refine skill and technique, or looking to acquire more explosion and power, Halo Sport will help you get better, faster.
Dr. Gary Abrams
Director of Neurorehabilitation at UCSF
With Halo Sport, we're just getting started.
Working with some of the nation's top hospitals, we're researching the potential
for our technology to accelerate the rate of recovery in stroke patients.
If you are a hospital or research facility interested in learning more, we'd love to hear from you.
Read the latest from the Halo Neuroscience Sports Research Lab.