Court XIV strives to bring players top of the line training techniques. Court XIV's partnership with MEYEND Sports signals that the integration of cutting edge technology into high level skills training is here! The benefits of utilizing this technology to strengthen your focus, reaction time, depth perception, and overall mental strength are undeniable.
Get the edge on your competition and take your skill development workouts to an entirely new level. Learn more about our partners at MEYEND Sports and understand how to increase the speed of your development and become stronger than ever.
The Sensory Station assesses ten visual and sensorimotor skills.
There's also a mobile version of the Sensory Station assessment, which allows for easy mobility and travel.le version of the Sensory Station assessment, which allows for easy mobility and travel.
Each of the 10 assessments from the sensory station are plotted in a radar chart, your sport and position is compared to the current level you are at or the level you are striving to reach.
Each report provides strengths and opportunities to improve.
After the assessment, a customized improvement plan will be implemented .
The Strobe Glasses are designed to train the connections between an individual's eyes, mind, and body. Using liquid crystal technology, the lenses flicker between clear and opaque. This process of flickering removes visual information and forces the individual to process more efficiently, the next phase in the rise of human performance.
After strobe training, the perception is that the game moves slower and you can perceive greater detail. Strobe glasses can be integrated into existing training drills and exercises.
MEYEND founder Dr. Jeff Klosterman shares his knowledge about the benefits of training with MEYEND Strobe Glasses:
Players who attended the Court XIV/Pure Prospects Training camps had the opportunity to win an assessment with MEYEND Sports (www.MEYEND.com), and Kyle Stivers, a sophomore from Franklin County HS (KY), has won the contest.
School: Franklin County High School - Frankfort, KY
Head Coach: Tony Wise
AAU Team: Pocket City Basketball (IN)
Kyle played in 28 of 29 varsity games as a freshman for Franklin County during the 2015/2016 season in the highly competitive 11th Region in Central Kentucky, averaging 15 mpg, 6.3 ppg and 2 rpg . He shot 50% from the field, including 31% on threes. Kyle capped his season by making the All 41st District team as the Flyers won their second straight district title.
Kyle is part of a nice young nucleus of talent at Franklin County. We plan on witnessing continued success from the Flyers and for Kyle to continue to improve and compete for scholarships at the next level.
Congratulations Kyle! For more information on what Kyle will experience and the benefits of this training, visit www.MEYEND.com