Halo Sport is a brain stimulator that increases neuroplasticity.
Halo Sport is the first-ever neurostimulation device designed to accelerate gains from physical training. Users wear Halo Sport before any physical activity - from lifting weights to playing a musical instrument - to help their brain learn to better control and activate the muscles they need for that activity. When paired with physical training, Halo Sport has been shown to accelerate gains in strength, explosiveness, endurance, and muscle memory.
From a distance, Halo Sport looks like a pair of nice headphones; up close, the headset is a medical-grade neurostimulation device. Halo Sport works by inducing a temporary state of "hyperplasticity," or hyperlearning, in the motor cortex of the brain (a brain area that plays a central role in controlling movement in our bodies). It does this using transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), which applies a mild electric field to the motor cortex. This temporarily optimizes the connection between the brain and muscles.
In essence, by refining the brain’s ability to learn from and adapt to athletic training, Halo Sport allows athletes to achieve results faster.
Halo Sport 2 works by applying a small electric current to the area of the brain that controls movement–putting it into a state of hyperlearning. Whether you're perfecting your free throw or picking up a new language, you need to form new pathways in your brain in order to learn anything. The scientific term for this process is called plasticity: your brain’s ability to create and strengthen connections between neurons.
Halo Sport is safe
More than 4,000 peer-reviewed studies covering 100,000 stimulation sessions support the safety and efficacy of Halo Sport.
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The Neuroscience of Learning
Whether you're perfecting your free throw or picking up a new language, you need to form new pathways in your brain in order to learn anything. The scientific term for this process is called plasticity: your brain’s ability to create and strengthen connections between neurons.
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Learn Movement faster with Halo Sport 2
Halo Sport increases your brain's natural plasticity, so you can create and strengthen motor pathways faster. We call this hyperplasticity, or hyperlearning. The headset works by applying a small electric current to the part of the brain that controls movement, activating neurons so they fire more often when you train. The more neurons fire, together, the faster pathways are built in your brain. That means you can learn any movement faster — from playing piano to performing a muscle up.
All Movement is Learned the Same Way
Learn Movement Faster with Halo Sport 2
Playing guitar, lifting weights, and running may seem different — but your brain learns each of these movements the same way: via the motor cortex. While the pathways in the brain that produce each movement differ, they're all created through repetition and plasticity.
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Halo Sport 2
The Neuropriming headset that integrates seamlessly into your workout.
Neuroprime up to once a day before your training sessions. Train and track your performance as you would normally, with a focus on quality repetitions. Halo Sport users experience an accelerated rate of progress, whether they're picking up guitar or perfecting their free throw.
Prime for 20, Train for 60
A Halo Sport training session has two parts — a Neuropriming phase and a hyperplasticity training phase. Neuroprime for 20 minutes: Stretch, warm up, or visualize before training. Benefits begin 5 minutes into your session, so you can also jump right into your training. Train for 60 minutes: Take off your headset (or keep it on to listen to music) and start training. Benefits continue for an hour after your Neuropriming session ends.
Start Neuropriming in 2 Minutes or Less
Find out exactly how to use Halo Sport in this short video from the Halo Neuroscience team.
Our engineers took cutting edge tech out of the lab and built easy-to-use Primers for everyone. The Primer Band for Halo Sport 2 has been redesigned for a faster setup. The Primer Band features three electrode areas (called Primers), which establish the electrical path to the brain through the scalp.
How to use your Primer Band
Saturate the foam tips (“nibs”) under running water for 45 seconds
Insert the Primer Band into your headset
Put on your headset, wiggle the nibs through your hair, and tighten your headset
Start your Neuropriming session
Listen to music wirelessly while you Prime, or take out the Primers and listen anytime.
Halo Sport App
Track your progress, set reminders, and explore brain training tips on the Halo Sport app.
What`s the difference between Halo Sport and Halo Sport 2?
Halo Sport 2 is a fully-upgraded version of Halo Sport. The new headset features:
Built-in Bluetooth audio for an entirely wireless experience
In response to many customer requests for integrated Bluetooth audio, the new Halo Sport will feature wireless audio that`s easy to set up.
Audio quality in line with high-end headphones
We`ve upgraded the audio drivers and added DSP (Digital Signal Processing) to the audio for an improved sound experience.
A revamped Primer band to make Neuropriming as easy as possible
We`ve made setup easier by consolidating Halo Sport`s 3 Primers into a single Primer band. The new Primer band also requires less maintenance; while the original Halo Sport had Primers that needed to be recharged regularly, the new Primer band does not need to be recharged.
We`ve also made many improvements to the Halo Sport app, which now features tracking, reminders, and new content.
Height adjustment: 40mm slider each side
Head size range (ear-to-ear): 125 x 180mm
Operating temperature: 0 - 40 degree Celsius
Storage temperature: - 40 to 60 degree Celsius
Output configuration: 1 scalp Primer Band
Output architecture: voltage-controlled current source
Number of current sources: 1
Maximum current: 2.2 mA
Output frequency range: 0 - 625 Hz
Maximum voltage: 36V
Power supply: Lithium Ion (LiPo) cell, USB - C recharge
Communication: BLE custom GATT service with encryption and binding Bluetooth Audio. Contains TX FCC ID: A8TBM6252. Contains TX IC: 12246A-BM62S2. CE R & TTE Conformity
Nominal area: 46 sqcm
Conductive path: carbon, saline solution
Contact material: elastomer foam
Integrated Bluetooth audio for an entirely wireless experience
Improved sound quality in line with high-end headphones
Updated Primers to make Neuropriming as easy as possible
Brand new Halo Sport app that includes tracking, reminders, and brain training tips
Here are the most frequent questions regarding the Halo Sport 2
How do I fix a Halo Sport 2 bluetooth connection problem on Android?
If you are experiencing issues connecting Halo Sport 2 to your Android device via Bluetooth, please follow these steps:
Make sure your Android Operating System is supported.
Close out of the Halo Sport App. (Typically this can be done by tapping on the bottom right button of the screen - usually a square button - and swiping the app away)
Turn Bluetooth off. (Most devices: swipe down from the top of the screen for the settings tray ? turn bluetooth off)
Put Halo Sport into pairing mode. Hold down the pause button (between the +/- volume buttons) on your headset until the indicator light starts to blink fast.
Turn Bluetooth back on. (most devices: swipe down from the top of the screen for settings tray ? turn bluetooth on)
Re-open the Halo Sport App and attempt to connect to the Halo Sport headset.
How do I fix a Halo Sport 2 bluetooth connection problem on iOS?
If you are experiencing issues connecting Halo Sport 2 to your iOS device via Bluetooth, please follow these steps:
Make sure your iOS Device and Operating System are supported.
Make sure the app is up to date with the latest App Store version. (App store ? Updates (lower right) ? see if Halo Sport is listed. If it is, update and skip step 2.)
Close the Halo Sport app (Double-click the home button, then swipe the app away. If you have an iPhone X or later, swipe up from the bottom of the screen, locate the Halo Sport app and swipe up on the app to close it.)
Perform a hard reset on your Halo Sport: With your headset on, hold down the power button for about 20 seconds. The light on your headset should fade away, then blink a few times, then turn off; let go when the light stops blinking. Wait 15 seconds before turning the headset back on.
Put Halo Sport into pairing mode: Turn the headset on and hold down the pause button (between the +/- volume buttons) for about 10 seconds until the light starts flashing quickly.
Re-open the app and attempt to connect.
How do I listen to music wirelessly with Halo Sport 2? (Android)
These instructions are for Android users. If you have an iPhone, please check out our article on listening to music wirelessly on an iOS device.
To connect your Halo Sport 2’s audio function with your Android phone, you can either pair through the Halo Sport app or through your phone’s Bluetooth settings. If you just want to listen to music with your headset (and not Neuroprime), then pairing through your Bluetooth settings is the fastest way to get set up. If you’re using a computer as your audio source, you must pair through your computer’s Bluetooth settings.
Pairing through the Halo Sport app
Open the Halo Sport app and log in. Put your headset into pairing mode by holding down the pause button until the light on the headset begins to quickly flash green (the pause button is located below the power button, between the two volume adjustment (+/-) buttons). Once your headset is in pairing mode, go to the app’s home screen and select “Pair.” When paired successfully, you will be able to both Neuroprime and listen to music wirelessly.
Pairing through Bluetooth settings
First, enable pairing mode on Halo Sport 2 by holding down the pause button until the light on the headset begins to quickly flash blue. The pause button is located below the power button, between the two volume adjustment (+/-) buttons.
Once your headset is in pairing mode, go into your Bluetooth settings and select ‘Pair new device.’ You should see a “Halo Sport XXXX (Audio)” listing. Select that listing to connect.
Controlling your music with the headset’s buttons
On the back side of your headset’s right ear can, you will find a set of three buttons located underneath the power button. The raised +/- buttons can be used to control music volume, and the center button (between the volume controls) can be used to either play or pause your music.
If you’re not hearing music through your headset, please try the following steps to get your audio connected:
Go into your Bluetooth settings and “forget” the “Halo Sport XXXX (Audio)” listing.
Put your headset into pairing mode (hold down the pause button until the light on the headset begins to quickly flash blue. The pause button is located below the power button, between the two volume adjustment (+/-) buttons.
Within your Bluetooth settings, locate the “Halo Sport 2 XXXXX (Audio)” listing and connect.