Training your brain with the Neurotennis wristband is one of the many ways it may help you improve your tennis game.
A novel and intriguing tennis wristband with integrated smart technology have recently been introduced. One of its creators is Matts Wilander, who has won eight singles Grand Slam titles and was previously ranked number one in the world.
The fact that this wearable provides tennis instruction to the user while they are competing for sets it apart from other intelligent tennis devices now on the market. The typical equipment only generates data on speed, spin, and strokes without providing much information that may be put to use. On the other hand, NeuroTennis gives coaching suggestions that are synced with the tempo of your game while you play. These lessons are presented in real-time.
The wristband, in its most basic function, serves the purpose of a coach, whose job it is to help you increase the regularity of your positive habits and rid yourself of negative ones. NeuroTennis isn’t going to tell you precisely what you’re doing, but it will tell you what you need to be doing instead.
The item is useful either on its own or in conjunction with another item that is worn by your adversary. When you or your adversary (if you are playing with two people), strikes the ball, the sensors included within the wristband respond in real-time. The wearable device is equipped with speakers on the inside, allowing it to provide verbal directions. For instance, someone may tell you to relax your grasp, rise through the stroke, remain low while advancing, hold your head motionless, or any one of a number of other instructions.
If you are using it in doubles (which sounds like it might be more beneficial), the command is issued at the instant that the other player strikes the ball. You will have more than sufficient time to repair anything that is incorrect as a result of this. You have the ability to modify the lesson in order to deliver so many more or as few instructions as you see fit. In addition to that, you may add instructions using your own voice.
The directions can also be modified to reflect the specific part of the game that the player wants to focus on improving. In order to do this, there are a variety of categories, some of which are as follows: footwork, groundstroke skill, inspiration, overheads, racket preparation, return, serve, shooting ability, strategies, and volleys.
You may use NeuroTennis by itself or in conjunction with the smartphone app that comes with it. The organisation recommends that you select the latter option since doing so would enable you to personalise your training by selecting courses and exercises from a huge library of instructors, one of whom being Mats Wilander himself. After that, you must move them to your bracelet so that you may bring them onto the field with you.
You are able to import your own tutorials, practice routines, and movies into the app to share with your friends. If you are a coach, this information could come in handy for training your players.
You may get NeuroTennis at the website neurotennis.com. Those that preregister for the event are given priority access. If you have already given them your email address, you should get an offering within the next few weeks if you are eligible for the promotion. There is currently no information available on the cost.
You may see the TSN interview that Matt Vilander did on NeuroTennis by clicking the link below. The video, which is about five minutes long, does a good job of summarising how the wearable device operates. Ready, set & Matts!