Train the Brain: Israeli startup has a new way for soccer players to train – off the field!
A new Israeli startup, i-BrainTech, teaches players how to perfect their techniques, all while training off the court.
The i-BrainTech CEO expects players to have about a 5-10% increase in performance as a result of this new technology – the first to be applied to the sports arena.
But how effective is this as a way to practice sports? Is there a privacy issue?
Calcalist reporter James Spiro has the scoop.
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