PitFit Training Continues Cognitive Development Program with NeuroTracker PartnershipINDIANAPOLIS, Ind., (June 12, 2017) – Since its inception in 1997, PitFit Training has been at the forefront of innovative development amongst athletes. The Indianapolis training facility has now expanded its existing program offerings to include a partnership with NeuroTracker, a perceptual-cognitive training software that aids in boosting mental capabilities and performance.
“PitFit Training already uses many different tools to challenge the cognitive abilities of our drivers and other athletes,” said PitFit owner Jim Leo. “NeuroTracker is an excellent addition to the program, offering new ways for us to push our clients as well as track their progress.”
Created with 20 years of neurological research at the University of Montreal, Dr. Jocelyn Faubert and Jean Castonguay founded NeuroTracker to utilize 3D software to measure, identify and improve cognitive functions. This software will be instrumental to PitFit’s clientele, specifically the professional auto racing drivers on the training facility’s roster.
“As a leader in the motorsports performance training industry, PitFit is an ideal partner. Its team of specialists truly understand the importance of training the mind to enhance performance and gain a competitive edge.” Jean Castonguay, CEO of NeuroTracker.
Several of the full time IndyCar Series drivers at PitFit have already begun training on the performance software, with more expected to sign up in the coming months.
About PitFit Training
PitFit Training is an industry leader in the development and implementation of motorsports-specific human performance training and lists clients from Formula One, IndyCar, NASCAR, NHRA, GRAND-AM, ALMS, USAC, The World Endurance Championship and numerous junior level auto racing series. The roster of champions that have become part of the PitFit family is a who’s who of auto racing. Drivers such as Scott Dixon and Tony Kanaan, are just a few of the many drivers who have trained with PitFit Training
NeuroTracker is a Canadian company that specializes in 3D cognitive performance training. Founded by Dr. Jocelyn Faubert and Jean Castonguay, it developed out of 20 years of neurological research at the University of Montreal, with the commitment to measure, identify and improve cognitive functions. With over 550 installations worldwide, NeuroTracker is well-respected in the athletic performance community as it demonstrates training transfer to real-life skills. Teams who have used NeuroTracker include Manchester United, Atlanta Falcons, Vancouver Canucks, IMG Academy and US Soccer. It is also used by professional athletes from a wide range of sports, such as basketball, boxing, martial arts, racing, golf, snowboarding and many more.
About Jean Castonguay
Jean Castonguay is the President and CEO of NeuroTracker, founded in 2009. As an entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience, Castonguay is dedicated to developing and commercializing technologies acquired from the Visual Psychophysics and Perception Laboratory of the University of Montreal, directed by Dr. Faubert.
About Jocelyn Faubert
Dr. Jocelyn Faubert is the Chief Science Officer of NeuroTracker and Director of the Visual Psycophysics and Perception Laboratory at the University of Montreal. He holds a number of patents, in the U.S. and internationally, on technologies related to vision, brain function, virtual reality, and human performance. Professor Faubert is involved in the award-winning technological transfer of research and developments from the laboratory into the commercial domain. ###