Interested in using Muse to improve your performance or understand how exercise affects your brain? Chris Aimone – one of the creators of Muse – draws from his own experiences with gymnastics and rock climbing as he explains how to apply Muse to your exercise routines and performances.
We often get questions about when, where, and how long to use Muse. Michael Apollo – Director of Mind Sciences at Interaxon – offers some suggestions, but ultimately explains why the most important thing is that you find a time that’s right for you.
Want to become a pro at getting good signal quality with your Muse headband? Ariel Garten – one of the creators of Muse – shows us how to fit the headband with long hair and provides a few insider tips for making the process a little easier.
Some people can’t function without their early morning yoga class to get them centered for the day. Others wouldn’t even consider breaking a sweat before noon. And just as exercise at a particular time of day is an integral part of a daily routine, our data has shown us that Musers also prefer their brain-training at certain times of the day.
Michael Apollo – Director of Mind Sciences at Interaxon – explains how Muse: the brain sensing headband helps you reclaim the choice of where to place your attention.