Everything a soccer player does during a match passes through his brain beforehand.
In football, what is really important is what happens in the football player’s brain while making decisions.
The brain is malleable and can change, learn and unlearn throughout life.
The main objective of football coaches and academies should focus on shaping the brains of their players, to adapt them to the needs of football.
After each training, match, decision, success, error, reflection … the brain is modified, reorganized and reconfigured, and all this based on the experience lived.
Players are being trained unable to use their full brain potential.
The result is worrying, Formula 1 bodies and motorcycle brains.
At smartfootball we have reimagined and rethought football from another point of view.
The difference between a good and a bad player is in his brain.
The player is prepared to improve the quality of his responses during the game.
If we want to train intelligent players, the first step must be to make them think and stimulate them cognitively.
The one who knows how to ask good questions is a better coach than the one who has good answers.
We are analyzing behavior and brain activity in decision-making when faced with specific game stimuli.
I am fascinated by the role that Myelin plays in learning processes.
Football will evolve in the direction of everything that is important to it.