Remember last week when Dale Earnhardt Jr. hit back at a seemingly self-serving Twitter post from two-time NFL Pro Bowler Richard Sherman?The outspoken Seattle Seahawks cornerback tweeted that no athletes have to be more mentally prepared than football players, garnering a huge reaction on social media and around the sports world.Well, it turns out that Junior and Sherman aren’t the slightest bit miffed at each other. In fact, the whole exchange on Twitter was little more than a marketing ploy to promote the launch of HeadTrainer, a new app featuring “a series of ever-changing, mental workouts that take place in fun, challenging, sports-themed digital environments.”Endorsed by Earnhardt, Sherman and other top professionals, the workouts are designed to help athletes of all ages assess and improve their cognitive skills. HeadTrainer is an iOS and Android mobile app designed specifically to enhance athletic performance through improving the mental functions of athletes. The mental workouts are designed to help assess and improve cognitive skills in five key areas: Memory, processing speed, focus/concentration, visual-spatial awareness and decision-making.”Being prepared mentally in any sport is important, but in racing if you’re not completely locked in, the consequences can be extreme,” Earnhardt said in a news release… Read full this story
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