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Spartan Race Partners With Neurohacker Collective To Change Minds, Literally



NORTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif., Oct. 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- This past weekend, NBC Sports headed to Lake Tahoe to cover the 2017 Spartan World Championship Spartan Race. Spartan Race is America's most popular endurance race series, taking racers through a grueling 16 miles of mud pits, rope climbs, and army crawls under barbed wire. NBC live hosted a podcast on Sunday with members of Neurohacker Collective, a San Diego startup specializing in neurotechnology. Spartan Race champion Ben Greenfield was part of the panel, including NFL stars, fitness pros, and neuroscientists. They discussed the keys to mental toughness in athletics and success in general, including mental enhancement products like those made by Neurohacker Collective. Whether it's mental performance supplements, mind enhancing headwear, or meditation techniques, millennial athletes are becoming more advanced in their approach to mental toughness.

2017 World Championship Spartan Race is this weekend in Lake Tahoe, California.

This article walks readers through Spartan Race series, and the story of Ben Greenfield, who is already a promoter of Qualia, the Neurohacker Collective's mental performance supplement. It also talks about the larger movement Neurohacker Collective is part of called biohacking, a popular movement with millennials that involves healthier ways to optimize physical and mental performance, instead of the dark chapters of sports' past like steroids and blood-doping. Ben Greenfield has a Master's degree in Biomechanics, so he represents an athlete at the top of the sports world right now, and a biohacking expert with a following in the millions.

Take the reader on a journey with one of Spartan Race series' top stars, and the movement of biohacking the body and neurohacking the mind to bring in a healthier future for sports science.

To publish this article, please contact Darrell Grable of Neurohacker Collective to receive it for review at 724-825-3989 or darrell@neurohacker.com.

 

SOURCE Neurohacker Collective


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