The training program can be challenging, especially for younger athletes. The visuals are designed to demand a lot of attention resources while the controls are meant to be difficult to challenge an athlete’s motor movements. This difficulty is required in order to put a high cognitive load on the athlete’s brain. This way, the athlete’s brain learns to cope with multiple cognitive tasks (reading the field, anticipating the play, decision making, etc.) simultaneously, subconsciously, and with limited attention available, just as is the case on the field. This has been found to be the most effective way of training to ensure transfer of skills from computer to field.
If the training is becoming too difficult and starts advancing sooner than the athlete is ready, we recommend repeating previous levels as much as needed.