USA Volleyball has signed an agreement with Kadho Sports to become an official supplier through Dec. 31, 2016.
Kadho Sports creates a technology platform that allows athletes to train their minds for peak performance. Co-founded by scientists Kaveh Azartash, PhD and Dhonam Pemba, PhD; the Kadho Sports platform combines years of neuroscience research with fully adaptive technology to help USA Volleyball players make faster, and more accurate decisions in high-speed situations.
“USA Volleyball is extremely pleased to have Kadho Sports partner with us as an official supplier to our USA National Team Programs,” USA Volleyball CEO Doug Beal said. “Kadho Sports supports our efforts to provide the best technology and training to assist our athletes in achieving high-level performance and sustained competitive success against elite competition.”
“We are ecstatic to be supporting USA Volleyball.” Kadho Sports Co-Founder and CEO Kaveh Azartash, PhD said. “Our goal has been to create a new way for athletes to reach their full potential using neuroscience and technology. We are excited about the opportunity to work with the great players and coaches from USA Volleyball, and are proud to add a new piece to their player development toolset.”
Kadho Sports combines neuroscience research into how the athletic brain learns and makes high-speed decisions with customized technology to allow athletes to improve their performance. Kadho Sports and USA Volleyball Assistant Coach Jamie Morrison worked together to create a new way for the team to improve their gametime reactions for blocking, defense, and serve anticipation against specific upcoming opponents.
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