Speed starts in the head
Pure athletic speed is an important component of almost any sport. Often, however, it is even more important not only to be fast and explosive, but to perform exactly the right thing at the right time in the optimum speed. What is the basis for appropriate perception and decision-making processes, what capacities of the brain influence sporting activities and achievements, to what extent can this be tested and trained? These and many other questions are increasingly being dealt by sports science and other scientific institutes.
The SpeedCourt has already established itself as the standard among numerous national and international universities. In addition, the system can be used to objectify approaches to talent diagnostics and training intervention for speed of action. The complexity of cognitive processes will also require completely new approaches in the future.