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Halo Sports Wearable Headphones Encourage Effective Workouts Through ‘NEUROSTIMULATION’

Daniel Chao and Brett Wingeier –founders of Halo Neuroscience have gained a new approach towards the workout and the gains. Instead of pushing you to develop muscles through intense gyming, the founders have developed a new headset which is capable of boosting your workouts with the help of brain stimulation. The Halo Sports headphones are designed to read your brain for the exercises.

The process of neuro priming is performed. The procedure involves light electrical pulses which encourage the brain to make new paths for making training effective. Sending targeted signals to the brain boosts motor unit recruitment, meaning it helps the brain activate more muscle fibers. Increased muscle fiber activation shows in increased muscle performance.

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Halo Sports Wearable Headphones Encourage Effective Workouts Through 'NEUROSTIMULATION'

Dr. Chao, CEO of Halo Neuroscience has explained the procedure as;

“When a neuro priming session is paired with athletic training, the brain is primed to more quickly generate and strengthen neural pathways. We refer to this phenomenon as hyperplasticity. The brain retains information more rapidly in a hyperplastic state, which means increased strength and skill retention with training.”

The brain stimulation tech is all concealed in a typical headphone body, ad while you can use them to listen to music, they phones are primarily designed for neurostimulation. “There are three foam primers that fit onto the device that each targets specific parts of the motor cortex,” Chao says. “We program the headset to send a constant small current to one primer (i.e. electrode) to another. This flow of current increases the excitability and synchrony of neurons in the motor cortex region situated beneath the primers. This basic mechanism is what allows Halo Sport to modulate motor performance.”

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Halo Sports Wearable Headphones Encourage Effective Workouts Through 'NEUROSTIMULATION'

The entire mechanism mentioned above forces the brain to increase the muscle memory. With the help of stimulation, the muscles respond faster than ever. This is why the hour spent with the Halo Sport in the gym helps with the gains as compared to the hour without it. The connected app lets users target a particular area of the body for specific gains. Athletes activate Halo Sport’s preprogrammed energy signals via the app before a workout, and then just exercise as normal. The athletes won’t feel lot after wearing the headphones.

“The range of current used is generally 2.0 mA or less. For comparison, one tiny LED light uses more current than this,” Dr. Chao said. “The feeling is different for each person that wears the device — most describe it as a light tingling sensation, others call it tickly or warm. Some feel no sensation at all. The user has complete control to increase or decrease the strength from their app.”

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Halo Sports Wearable Headphones Encourage Effective Workouts Through 'NEUROSTIMULATION'

Halo Sport is designed to make every workout more valuable; Dr. Chao reiterated that neurophones aren’t a substitute for dedication. “Practice will always be required to consolidate a skill, so in order to realize accelerated gains over the long term, Halo Sport must be used regularly in combination with daily athletic training.”

Halo Sport won’t be effective until the users have a dedication and the idea of proper usage. The Halo Champions Program managed to provide some of the lucky customers with the Halo Sport for just $549. But don’t worry if you have missed the chance because another round would be coming soon. The shipment will start in fall and the regular price would be $750. Read more about the amazing headphones here.

Kainaat Maqbool
The writer is a student of journalism, pursuing her passion for writing. She is an avid reader and wants to be a novel writer or a fashion editor someday!

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