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Cognitive Performance Training

Train and strengthen essential cognitive abilities in an optimal and professional way. Receive comprehensive report of your results, progress, and evolution.
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PROCESS

See and understand the game in a way that sets you apart

The personalized brain training program makes it possible to stimulate, train, and rehabilitate the main cognitive skills (perception, attention, memory, reasoning, etc.) and the components that make them up.

The difficulty of the personalized training program adapts as the user trains. The more than 30 brain games and 18 assessment tasks make up with a multi-dimensional scientific resource that trains more than 20 cognitive skills. It has been perfected to continuously measure user performance and automatically regulate difficulty and the type of games to adapt to each user.

Cognitive Training Programs

WHY TRAIN OUR BRAIN?

Just because our eyes are open does not mean our brains are making effective use of the information in front of us. Of the mass of sensory data our brains take in, about 80% of it is dominated by 2 billion messages of visual information per second. Our brains can only meaningfully process a small amount of this data, so what we pay attention to, or how we direct our mental focus, has a huge impact on our awareness.

BRAIN’S IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE

We believe cognitive conditioning is as important as physical conditioning. After all, it’s the brain that controls the movement of the body. The critical movements of play are all decision-based, and typically made in split seconds. Awareness and attention are the key skills that allow athletes to make good decisions on the field. If your brain speed is slow, then your play will be slow — no matter how physically prepared you are.

COGNITIVE TRAINING THAT’S TAILORED TO YOU

Cognitive training is tailored to the individual through an assessment which provides validated tests to evaluate 23 cognitive skills in 5 main areas.

Every exercise adapts in difficulty as you work, and gets harder (across multiple dimensions) in order to push you to achieve new levels of peak performance.

BRAIN TRAINING THAT FITS INTO YOUR LIFE

The BoxOut training program takes less than 15 minutes to complete exercises and is available online, so you can do it on your own schedule. The program targets attention, awareness, brain speed and accuracy, so quicker and better split-second decisions become instinctual.

ATTENTION

The ability to choose and concentrate on relevant information

PERCEPTION

The abilities to capture, process and actively makes sense of information that our senses receive

MEMORY

The abilities to retain information and voluntarily recover it when needed

COORDINATION

The abilities move efficiently, carefully, quickly and purposefully

PROCESSING / REASONING

The abilities to process, understand and react to the information in order to get a specific conclusion in the least amount of time

Benefits of Cognitive Training

Focus and Recognition

Improved recognition of target spin/trajectory, openings in defense & open teammates. Better spatial awareness for injury prevention. Increased visual stamina so performance doesn’t drop with fatigue in sport or school.

Coordinated & Accurate Movements

Exceptional eye-hand and eye-foot coordination allows athletes to put their bodies in the right place at the right time, and make more elite-level plays.

Decision Making Skills

Better brain processing skills for less mistakes, more consistent high-level play, faster reaction time, and more productivity on the field and in the classroom.

Injury prevention

Injury prevention is an important benefit of brain and vision training. Concussion rates have been significantly reduced by major collegiate football programs as a result of brain and vision training. This is mainly due to raised peripheral awareness making it easier to avoid unforeseen contact in team sports.

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