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Blazepod changes the landscape of flash reflex training systems

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BlazePod has become one of the best training systems for professional athletes in all sports. Thanks to BlazePod, athletes now have the chance to choose from a plethora of activities in order to improve their body and work on their physical condition.

Being of high-quality, high-tech, weatherproof, and smash-proof, Blazepod has become one of the best and most popular training tools worldwide.

For Yaniv Shneiderman, CEO and Founder of BlazePod, the target now is to make BlazePod available to all people, not just teams and professional athletes.

Mr Shneiderman spoke with me and TalkBasket.net about creating this state-of-the-art flash reflex training system.

“I wanted to bring this unique training experience to the mass market, allowing anyone to train and improve reaction time and perform better.

The doubt (whether it will become a successful training tool) is always there and we have work hard continuously to improve ourselves and make sure our community gets the best out of BlazePod,” Shneiderman said.

At the same time, BlazePod has changed the way athletes are getting ready for their games and it is much more effective, compared to the traditional training methods.

“BlazePod simulates real game scenarios, where the athlete has to react to a visual cues. Training the athlete’s body and mind regularly improves his skills and performance on the real game,” the owner of BlazePod added.

In order to fully understand how professional NBA athletes benefit from this new training system, I also spoke with Haseeb Fasihi, who works for the Orlando Magic.

More specifically, Haseeb is the strength trainer and head of player development of the Magic G-League affiliate team, the Lakeland Magic.

“I am very satisfied with the versatility of the product that has different variations of drills and settings that the app provides. It is a great tool I use for warm ups prior to the games or practices. Ball handling drills is a big use for BlazePod,” he said.

Haseeb also explained how he prepares players in order to get ready for the challenging modes BlazePod provides. “My biggest goal is to get every player cognitively ready for each set of challenging modes BlazePod provides this because it can translate to the game of basketball.

One of the biggest uses of BlazePod for me is utilizing it for one of our players going through rehab. Stationary and dynamic ball handling progressions are used with the BlazePods, 3-6 Pods at a time.

One of our rehab guys is also color blind, so the color settings is something I’m using on top of what he’s already being programmed. As the season starts soon for us in the G-league. I’m excited to incorporate different uses and methods for rehab or pre game preparations,” Haseeb noted.

Overall, BlazePod has become a top option when it comes to training and game preparation. A state-of-the-art system that enables both amateur and professional athletes to train the best way possible and improve both their mind and their physical condition, Blazepod will certainly continue to grow in the future.

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