The general age range to enjoy significant benefits from cognitive training is between 10 and 25 years old, but we have seen success both younger and older than this. We recommend to start training around the age of 10, but all athletes develop differently, so it must be assessed on a case-by-case basis. At this age, the brain is in the right stage of development to enjoy rapid and significant benefits, while the foundational motor skills required to complete the training and the on-field technical skills required to notice the benefits are also well-formed. Younger athletes may struggle more while learning the controls, but with support and encouragement, the results will follow.