Senaptec Sensory Station can be used for Sports Performance, Fitness Training & Brain Fitness.

Senaptec Sensory Station can be used for Sports Performance, Fitness Training & Brain Fitness.

The Senaptec Sensory Station is an interactive reaction wall that uses LED touch screen to guide targeted movements and offer users fun training sessions that improve their reaction time, coordination, and mobility. The device uses different programs, making it possible to combine different functions and cognitive tasks in reaction training.
Benefits: Coordination / Reaction / Cognitive Tasks / Accuracy of movements / Cognitive and Physical Endurance / Eye Hand Coordination / Visual Training / Visual Memory / Flexibility and Mobility /

Senaptec Sensory Station used for Sports Performance
Multi-option, multi-planar light system that produces improvements in first-step quickness, reaction time, hand-eye and foot coordination.
Sports Performance Training (Stamina, Concentration and Reaction).
Vision Training (improve communication between the brain and the images captured by the eyes, thus improving the speed and efficiency which an athlete process’s information)
MAP Training (Combination of physical and mental training)
Speed, Endurance, Coordination, Cognition, Flexibility.

Senaptec Sensory Station works on Brain Fitness:
MAP Training (Combination of physical and mental training)
Executive Function Training (Solving problems, maintaining attention, and inhibiting emotional impulses)
Cognition Training (perception, recognition, reasoning, reasoning, concluding, judgement, memory)

The Touch Wall interface of  Senaptec Sensory Station provides a large viewing screen with time, scores and leader-board.

Senaptec Sensory Station used for Performance

Speed Training

The ability to react as quickly as possible to a stimulus or a signal, and to move at maximum speed, also against resistance. The REACTION PRO does this in two forms: (1) Action speed: (reached over the contraction and movement speeds of the nerve-muscle system.) (2) Reaction speed: (the psychophysical ability to respond to stimuli and signals.)

Endurance Training
The body’s resistance to fatigue and/or the rapid ability to recover after stress. More specifically, endurance is the ability to cope with a certain stress (such as running speed) over the longest possible time without prematurely tiring physically and mentally, and to recover again as quickly as possible.
The Senaptec Sensory Station trains high-speed endurance and short-term endurance.

Coordination & Assessment
The interaction of the peripheral, central nervous system and skeletal muscles. Through this, impulses should reach the corresponding muscles within a sequence of movements, which are coordinated in terms of time strength and scope.

With Senaptec Sensory Station training we can differentiate between:

Ability to orientate
Ability to make connections (connecting sub-movements)
Ability to differentiate
Upper limb coordination
Cognition Training
The general term for the processes and products of perception, recognition, reasoning, concluding, judgment, memory, etc.

The REACTION PRO challenges the user to improve mental processes by performing tasks which involve moving the upper and/or lower body. The training is divided into a right and left side.

Flexibility & Mobility
The ability to make arbitrary and selective movements with the necessary and optimal oscillation width of the involved joints.

Senaptec Sensory Station for Vision Training

Improve communication between the brain and the images captured by the eyes, thus improving the speed and efficiency which an athlete process’s information.

Visual Memory:
The ability for the eyes and the brain to communicate efficiently with accuracy and speed can be enhanced as athletes train their visual memory. Great performers are not only able to see things clearer, but they are able to pick up important visual cues at a fraction of a second and be able to cognitively process the best course of motor action to initiate an effective response.

Eye Hand Coordination and Reaction:
How quickly and accurately an athlete's muscles react to the visual input from the eyes often determines how successful a performer can be. Since the sporting environment is dynamic, an athlete's ability to synchronize fine motor movement indicates their level of proficiency and skill.

Dynamic Visual Acuity:
An athlete’s clarity of vision needs to be accurate while an athlete is moving or tracking a moving object. Improving dynamic visual acuity will help improve reaction speed where an athlete must react constantly to visual cues as well as endurance since the eye muscles can fatigue rapidly when tracking for extended periods of time.
Applications: Sports, Rehabilitation.


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  • Edwin Kasanders