Halo Sport -A Big Sports Wearable For Rio Olympics 2016Rio Olympics is just days away. All the athletes, sports professionals and the participants are buckled up to train and perform their best. Almost everyone is trying to deliver their masterstrokes in their final preparations. Most of the athletes have adopted wearables and other sports technologies to boost their strength and performance. Amidst this trend, many Olympians have started using Halo Sport.

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We have covered Halo Sport prior and have informed you all regarding its immense advantages. Halo Sport was launched in February and has been in hype since then. The wearable looks like an overly sized headphones. The headphone wearable makes the use of Neuropriming to train and strengthen the athletes.

Halo Sport -A Big Sports Wearable For Rio Olympics 2016

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Neuropriming as defined by the company’s website; “Halo Sport uses pulses of energy to prime the brain, powering athletes’ most effective workouts”. All in all, this process takes the individual pulses of energy to signal the motor cortex in turn improving the brain’s response to athletes’ training. This turns the brain of the wearer into a state called “Hyperlearning”.

Halo Sport when used during the workouts, thus, paces the performance of the players along with maximum strength, exposure and clarity. After collecting all the data, the wearable send it to the Smartphone app. The app gives the users detailed training programs to train their muscles and to note their body functions.

Halo Sport -A Big Sports Wearable For Rio Olympics 2016

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As mentioned, number of athletes participating in the Rio Olympics is using the device to train and get prepared for the big event. The list of players includes Mike Rodgetrs (4x100m relay sprinter from the US); Mikel Thomas (100m hurdler from Trinidad & Tobago); Hafsatu Kamara (100m sprinter from Sierra Leone); Michael Tinsley (400m hurdler from the US); and Samantha Achterberg (pentathlete from the US).

So, if you are one of the training athletes dreaming of participating in the Olympics in the future jump to the Halo Sport website. The wearable is currently up for  for the general public for $649.

We have already told you a lot about Rio Olympics and the use of sports wearables by the athletes. As soon as we know more, we will keep you updated!