For every movement that we perform, the brain needs sensory information from the three movement-controlling systems eyes (visual system), balance (vestibular system) and self-perception in space (proprioceptive system). The clearer and higher quality the signals from these systems are, the better the physical performance. If there are disruptions in communication or if the information is too weak, this has a negative effect on the success of the training.
Exercises that focus on these processes and weak points of the nervous system are called neuro-training. It helps streamline these processes to improve performance and prevent injury. Due to the easy handling, the neuro training tools are suitable for use in sports, everyday life, work and therapy.
Any athlete, sportsperson or even just people who regularly sit in front of a screen or have problems with balance and balance can benefit from neuro-training.