Folks who use the technology are in the best mental shape possible to perform at their best.
ELECTRODES have been strapped to the heads of Liverpool’s stars as they prepare for the Champions League final.
If Liverpool beat Real Madrid in Paris on Saturday, they will clinch a triple.
Jurgen Klopp is attempting to outsmart Carlo Ancelotti by employing cutting-edge technology.
Dr. Niklas Hausler, a German neuroscientist, and his business partner Patrick Hantschke are the brains behind Liverpool’s Champions League strategy.
Liverpool has engaged the co-founders of startup neuro11 in order to better their players by assisting them in reaching their ideal mental state, as reported by The Athletic last year.
The technology is specifically developed to directly train the brain.
As a result, folks who use the technology are in the best mental shape possible to perform at their best.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Kostas Tsimikas, both full-backs, were pictured wearing the technology before of Saturday’s exciting match in Paris.
Electrodes were attached to them in order to collect data that could be utilized to personalize their training programs to their specific needs.
“State-of-the-art mental strength training for athletes,” according to the neuro11 website.