Whether you’re a fighter, a race car driver, or you play sports, fast reaction time can be an advantage.
That’s obvious. The faster you can respond usually means a better performance.
But how can you improve reaction time in your sport?
The good news is there’s a way you can improve your reaction time that’s not only fun but can also be tailored to your specific sport: Reax Lights
- Innovative lights system to monitor and improve reaction time
- The most versatile tool of its kind
- User friendly
- Boost your speed
- Improve reaction times
- Enhance Coordination
- Reduce functional recovery time
Reaxlight is a versatile lights system designed to improve reaction time, boost speed, and enhance coordination. It can be used in a variety of ways to suit your needs.
Reax Lights are wireless so there's no tripping over annoying wires, allowing you to focus on training.
Connectivity is achieved via wifi or bluetooth connection. Reax Lights can also be charged wirelessly.
Standard light kits are available in packs containing 6 or 12 satellites.
If you’re a coach, the Reax Lights system is perfect for developing custom training programs for your athletes.
You can program and monitor Reax Lights using the ReaxLights app available on Android and IOS.
Using Reax Lights is so fun and engaging you’ll actually be looking forward to it. Training that’s fun tend to produce better results.
Reax Lights are magnetic, making it easy to configure on metal surfaces.
Don’t worry if you don’t have metal walls to stick Reax Lights. There are other mounting options. You can even wear them or place them on the floor for some interesting workouts.
"Reaxing is the first company in the world to develop a training methodology and a product range exploiting the “Sudden Dynamic Impulse” technology. Unpredictable stimuli train your senses and take training to a much higher level in terms of quality and quantity by increasing sports performance and metabolic activity, improving muscle reaction time and reliability in post-trauma recovery phases, as well as reducing the risk of injuries"