Remember what’s crucial
Store more information about tactics, movement patterns and drills.
Learn easier and faster, retain knowledge longer, and make connections with what’s already learned.
A best Ager
Counteract age-related memory issues and retain your memories.
A first responder
Learn new content more quickly and easily, enrich your wealth of experience, and retrieve information faster, even in challenging situations.
Memory describes the brain’s skill to absorb, store, link, and retrieve information. There are different memory systems for this, such as short-term memory, long-term memory, and working memory.
We need our memory in every situation in life. From remembering phone numbers or shopping lists in everyday life, organizing meetings and tasks at work, to memorizing and recalling tactics and plays in sports, and effective learning in school. A good memory is crucial to success in every aspect of life.
Why is memory decreasing?
One of the most common limitations that come with aging is a reduction in memory performance. Particularly, our ability to transfer information from short-term to long-term memory, as well as to link information together (working memory), diminishes steadily with increasing age.
Regular memory training, combined with physical activity through special exercises, can maintain and even improve the performance of short-term, long-term, and working memory at any stage of life. The SKILLCOURT assists you in this process.
At every level
That’s a clear and accurate translation from German to English. This passage effectively communicates the challenges associated with memory as one ages, emphasizing the decline in the ability to transfer and connect information. It also highlights the potential benefits of regular memory training and physical activity, and introduces the SKILLCOURT as a tool to aid in this process. If you need further information or assistance on this topic, feel free to ask!
Store information for a short period of time
Processing and shaping actual information
Storage of information for a long period of time
Many training tasks on the SKILLCOURT also require dynamic movements. These physical activities release growth factors that support adaptations in the brain. This positive effect is particularly strong in the hippocampus, one of the most important areas for memory formation. As a result, the beneficial impact of SKILLCOURT training is further amplified.
The SKILLCOURT includes a special category for memory improvement. Based on the training objectives, it targets the enhancement of short-term, long-term, and working memory. Through playful content, constantly new challenges, and movement on the court, the training never becomes monotonous and supports you in improving your memory retention.
The memory training on the SKILLCOURT has improved my ability to remember things. I can retain and recall what I’ve learned more effectively. It’s been a rewarding experience!
– Lauren L.
Thanks to the SKILLCOURT, my memory has noticeably improved. Great exercises, clear progress – an absolute recommendation for memory training.
– Tony M.
My concentration and memory have been strengthened by the SKILLCOURT. Interactive exercises motivate me to make progress. It’s a brilliant approach!
– Juan L.
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How does our memory work?
The memory consists of three different components:
1. Short-term Memory
Allows us to retain a limited amount of information for short periods (minutes).
2. Long-term Memory
In long-term memory, we have nearly unlimited capacity and can store information for years and decades.
3. Working Memory
Allows us to retrieve and link information together.
How can we train memory with SKILLCOURT?
On the SKILLCOURT, there is a dedicated category called ‘Memory’ designed to enhance memory in short-term, long-term, and working memory. Different levels with varying levels of difficulty adapt to the player’s performance and constantly present new challenges to the brain. Physical activity during training supports adaptations in the brain.
What types of exercises does the SKILLCOURT offer to improve memory?
The SKILLCOURT offers exercises for training short-term, long-term, and working memory, covering all relevant aspects of memory retention. The exercises are selected based on the training goal but can also be manually started from the menu.
– Capitals of Europe
– Capitals of Asia
– Capitals of America
– Capitals of Africa
– Speed Numbers
– Speed Symbols
Can SKILLCOURT training help prevent or alleviate memory disorders in age?
Challenges for the brain and physical activity are key components for adaptations in the brain in general and memory in particular. Memory training on the SKILLCOURT combines both components in challenging and playful training tasks. Through these principles, a good memory can be maintained in old age, and neurodegenerative diseases such as dementia and Alzheimer’s can be prevented.
Does SKILLCOURT offer exercises to address different aspects of memory?
Yes, SKILLCOURT includes exercises that train short-term memory, long-term memory, or working memory. This covers all relevant components of memory retention.
What areas of life does memory training with SKILLCOURT have an impact on?
We need a good memory in every age and every area of our lives. Whether it’s remembering phone numbers, street names in everyday life, linking various pieces of information in our profession, recalling plays in sports, or learning in school, a good memory is essential for performance and well-being in every aspect of life.
Are you interested in SKILLCOURT and would like more information on how to integrate the training into your facility? Then get in touch with us, and together we will develop a concept tailored to your needs!