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Faster & Better Reflex
As observed in the laboratory or with small measuring equipment, the use of a Waff creates a faster response time or a feedback loop between your brain and the muscle tissues involved.
Being in perfect balance or finding the right compensation to an external constraint, (like an opponent for example), participate in the success of the action of the athlete.
It is a fraction of a second profitable to win a duel or to be in a better position to release a movement. This advantage that the Waff produces in the speed of sensory processing is a winning advantage to have the fastest reflex. Being in balance to put the opponent off balance or being in balance to release the right movement in the right timing is a success factor that all athletes look for.
Beyond the world of sports, it also concerns the elderly who want to maintain an optimum level of reflexes to avoid failing or making a false move.