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In 1924 a German Psychiatrist named Hans Berger discovered that our brains have electric pulses that work at different speeds. He called them brain waves. Brain waves are synchronized electric pulses that flow throughout our brain....

Scientist discovered synchronized brain waves in the early part of the 20th Century when machines allowed them to detect and measure electrical patterns in the human brain. Faster brain waves are associated with conscious thought,...

Vision is important in any sport. Being able to see better means an athlete can catch, hit, and react faster and more accurately, which makes vision training an essential component in any athlete’s routine. Like a muscle, vision can be...

Neuroscience is finally probing the athlete’s brain to find out exactly what makes athletes unique compared to the average individual. For a long time an athlete’s success was attributed entirely to their physicality. Scientists now...

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