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Musiala shines thanks to the secret of glasses - with only "75 percent of the speed"

2022-08-14T03:10:20.610Z

Musiala shines thanks to the secret of glasses - with only "75 percent of the speed" Created: 08/14/2022 05:02 By: Christoph Klaucke Jamal Musiala has fought for a regular place at FC Bayern. On his way to the top, the youngster relies on special glasses in training. Munich – Jamal Musiala is currently unstoppable from the Bundesliga competition. You'd think FC Bayern's new star dribbles throu



Musiala shines thanks to the secret of glasses - with only "75 percent of the speed"

Created: 08/14/2022 05:02

By: Christoph Klaucke

Jamal Musiala has fought for a regular place at FC Bayern.

On his way to the top, the youngster relies on special glasses in training.

Munich – Jamal Musiala is currently unstoppable from the Bundesliga competition.

You'd think FC Bayern's new star dribbles through opposing defenses at lightning speed.

If you knew what tools the FCB youngster uses, this thought is not so far-fetched.

Musiala relies on mysterious special glasses.

Jamal Musiala

Born: February 26, 2003 (age 19), Stuttgart

Attacking midfield

Bundesliga goals for FC Bayern: 13 in 58 games (as of August 11, 2022)

Contract until: 06/30/2026

Jamal Musiala: FC Bayern youngster trains with neuro-athletics coach and special glasses

Jamal Musiala looks set to finally break through at Bayern Munich this season at the age of 19.

The offensive midfielder with breathtaking technique was in the first two competitive games in the starting XI and scored three goals, even breaking a record set by club patron Uli Hoeneß.

Musiala leaves nothing to chance and even works extra shifts for the desired regular place in the competitive Bayern offensive.

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Musiala trains regularly with neuro-athletics coach Steffen Tepel.

In the summer, the so-called “shutter glasses” were used as an aid, reports

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These are apparently glasses that can be controlled electronically and switch between light and dark phases.

The special thing about it: "After the exercises with the glasses, the player has the feeling that the ball is only moving at 75 percent of the speed in normal, correct play."

FC Bayern: Musiala's new feeling – the ball only moves at "75 percent of the speed"

“With the glasses there are different light and dark phases, similar to a strobe light in a disco.

The frame rate in the brain is slowed down,” explains Tepel, with whom Musiala has been training since the U17 days.

“The ball can only be seen briefly.

It's about anticipation training.

The ball comes at real speed, but you don't see it as much.

That way you learn to deal with it better.” Musiala worked on receiving and finishing the ball in her garden and on the football field.

Jamal Musiala benefits from training with special glasses.

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"It was and is with Jamal about the fine tuning and the constant improvement of the movement control," says Tepel.

"As far as I know, the glasses were developed by Nike with Roger Federer's team.

You can only temporarily perceive images in preset frequencies with these glasses.

That's how the brain has to work to fill in the gaps in the picture.” Musiala, who is superior in football, always seems to be one step ahead of his opponents, even with the help of the latest technology.

Musiala still had “many sleepless nights” in 2021.

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Source: merkur

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