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Anthony Alfredo Relives Daytona Doubleheader As He Grows With Partners Read this article (links to an external site, opens in new tab)

Forbes - NASCAR's Anthony Alfredo raced in both the Daytona 500 and the United Rentals 300, with only about an hour’s break in between to prepare for the latter. “I was testing my reaction time, mental focus and my mental agility before I got in the car. It was an important way to get focused and stay in the right state of mind."

February 23, 2024

NASCAR's Anthony Alfredo on what he's learned from using Pison's AI-powered neural sensors Read this article (links to an external site, opens in new tab)

Sports Business Journal - On Presidents Day, Anthony Alfredo drove 800 miles at Daytona International Speedway. Anthony discusses how he uses how he uses Pison READY, what he's learned about himself, and how he approaches cognitive training.

February 22, 2024

Pison Launches New Class of Sports Performance Wearable with Sponsorship of NASCAR Driver Anthony Alfredo Read this article (links to an external site, opens in new tab)

Business Wire - Pison introduces Pison READY, a cutting-edge tool designed to measure, track and enhance athletes' readiness, mental agility, and focus. Its launch coincides with the start of the 2024 racing season, beginning with the Daytona 500, and Pison’s sponsorship of NASCAR Driver Anthony Alfredo.

February 13, 2024

CES 2024 Spotlights Preventative Health Innovations Read this article (links to an external site, opens in new tab)

Fitt Insider - Quantified health was a key theme of CES 2024, with companies showcasing the future of tech-enabled disease prevention.

January 16, 2024

I Tried a Wristband at CES That Tests Agility. The Results Were Surprising Read this article (links to an external site, opens in new tab)

CNET - The Pison READY doesn't look too different from the average fitness tracker, but its sensors measure neurological signals to gauge cognitive performance.

January 14, 2024
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