Are you an athlete looking to take your performance to the next level? Have you heard about the Coordinabolic Method and Millisecond App?
These innovative training tools are designed to help athletes improve their reaction times, cognitive function, coordination, and metabolic capacity. In this blog post, we will explore the science behind these methods and how they can help you become a champion in your sport.
The Coordinabolic Method was created in 2006 by Professor Salvatore Buzzelli.
The term “Coordinabolic” combines the words: “cognitive,” “conditional,” “coordination,” and “metabolic,” which are the four fundamental elements of the training method. The method involves stimulating the central nervous system and the cortex to process signals emitted by the Millisecond App. By doing so, athletes can improve their cognitive abilities and enhance their coordination and metabolic capacity. The Coordinabolic Method is a scientific approach to training that focuses on maximizing athletic potential while also being mindful of the body’s limits.
The Millisecond App emits visual and acoustic signals that athletes must respond to with technical gestures or movements.
These movements are indicated by targets placed around the athlete’s area of operation. The Millisecond App can be used independently or with a coach, who can choose which exercises to perform based on the athlete’s needs. The app offers a variety of stimulation profiles with different levels of cognitive difficulty. These profiles include following arrows, moving towards colored targets, responding to sounds, decoding letters and numbers, and performing arithmetic operations. The most challenging profile is STROOP, which requires athletes to respond to incongruities between words and colors. The Millisecond App is a powerful tool that can keep athletes focused and engaged while improving their cognitive and physical abilities.
You don’t have to work only on reaction times to reduce reaction times.
– Prof. Salvatore Buzzelli
The Coordinabolic Method and Millisecond App are primarily designed for situational sports such as tennis, fencing, boxing, and karate. They are also effective in team sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, and hockey, which require maximum attention. By using these methods, athletes can improve their reaction times, decision-making abilities, and overall performance.
If you want to fully explore the potential of the Coordinabolic Method and Millisecond App, consider participating in a course organized by Professor Salvatore Buzzelli. The course teaches everything you need to know about the methods and how to use them to improve your athletic performance. With just five days of training, you can become a reactivity champion and take your performance to the next level.