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Goalkeepers “Mainz” work in stroboscopic glasses. What are they needed for

“I see this for the first time.” Fans are shocked by the video in which Messi was filmed with a barbell

“I see this for the first time.” Fans are shocked by the video in which Messi was filmed with a barbell

Innovative technology is making its way into football. For example, in Mainz, goalkeeping training looks special: this is how Robin Zentner is preparing for the resumption of the season at the training camp in Marbella.

And what are the specific advantages of points?

In short, these goggles block the athlete’s vision for short periods, make the brain anticipate and lead to hypersensitive perception. This helps to improve hand-eye coordination – for goalkeepers, for example, it can help with reaction to difficult shots.

• The manufacturers of these goggles promise that after only five minutes of training with stroboscopic goggles, the game will feel slower for the athlete and will allow him to react faster – including to blows, because they will seem to be slower than usual.

• The brain begins to divide the received information into relevant and irrelevant and ignore distractions. Players wearing stroboscopic glasses see the ball more clearly and react faster to changing situations.

• Athletes begin to receive more information through the muscles and nerves, as irrelevant visual information is blocked by the brain. In this way, the person gains renewed balance and understanding of the body: glasses manufacturers call this the most difficult skill to master.

• Another benefit is that athletes don’t have to worry about performance. It just seems that this does not play a big role – such anxiety seriously interferes with focusing and concentrating on your business. One of the consequences of training with stroboscopic glasses is that the athlete begins to feel calmer and more focused.

• The glasses have four training modes: with two available eyes, only the left or only the right, and alternating eyes. In them, the brain learns to receive complete information even with one eye and contributes to the development of the correct balance of the eyes to increase the information received through the eyes.

• Spectacles can not only work with the eyes, but also use occlusion – this is when the lenses are blurred, and certain visual information is blocked. The level of occlusion can be increased, the complexity and duration depends on the level of mastery of the skill.