Skipping rope with Halo Sport, #3


I have been doing a little experiment. I’m using Halo on myself with my morning routine. It’s not a complicated routine. There are a few exercises and then I skip rope.

This is Halo trial 6.

The past:
amol.sarva.co/halo-day-2/

In summary, all spring I’ve been jumping around 130 or 140 reps. Then I trip. Usually what makes your trip is lack of focus for a little bit of tiredness. Weirdly this happened very consistently. I would jump three or four times per week.

The link above tells you about the first two times I tried halo. Pretty much everything was consistent. However I jumped a bunch more. First time I did 255 reps, the second time I cleared 340.

Then I went on a trip and I did not have Halo with me. But I did take my skipping rope. That day I messed up. I tripped at about 70 and I tripped again at around 228. That was three days in a row of trials.

Then I had some busy days.

Returning to my skipping rope on Saturday I did not use Halo. Terrible outing. I tripped at 78, 79 and again at 80. I should’ve stopped. But I thought maybe I could keep going and recover. I just stopped.

Sunday, again no Halo. Again really bad outing. I tripped at 45, I tripped at 75. I tried to pick it back up and carry-on and tripped again at 120.

Monday morning, I put on Halo and did my morning routine. 21 minutes of stimulation. This is the third time that I’m using Halo and my regime.

359 before I tripped.

“Anecdata” in the words of my friend Doug Moore (bias, placebo, selection, training, etc). The real science is at HaloNeuro.com and forthcoming in our publications.

But give me more of these anecdotes please!

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