The MSNP™ Training Methodology – Multi-Sensory NeuroPlasticity – training methodology is at the core of ROX Pro's experience.

ROX Pro’s MSNP™ training methodology is a unique combination of multi-sensory stimulation, gamified elements and randomised variation. This combination exposes the athlete or the patient to new training impulses and thus enables the preconditions for neuroplasticity.

Multi-sensory stimulation refers to the concept that the more senses are stimulated during an activity, the more effective the perceptual learning will be.

Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to form and reform neural networks. Every repetition reinforces a neural pathway. These small changes, repeated frequently enough, lead to changes in the way the brain works, changing its structure as we experience, learn, and adapt. This is fundamental for the development of specific cognitive-motor skills and inner motivation.

With ROX Pro’s MSNP™ training new resources are added to a natural physical training, improving results and performance:


Multi-sensory stimulation develops specific cognitive-motor skills that lead to better results in the gym, higher performance on the field and faster recovery in therapy sessions.


Immediate performance feedback via the ROXPro App is the base for a gamified training experience. Athletes, clients and patients will work harder and with more motivation as they now can compete with each other and/or themselves.


Randomised variation of the lights and signals bring unlimited and unpredictable possibilities to every session, demanding complete focus on the exercise.


Within the MSNP™ training methodology, 8 target areas of cognitive-motor development have been identified, which, depending on the use scenario, impact on athletes' or patients' performance on the field, in the gym or in the therapist office. The MSNP™ training methodology applies to all sport specific training through the ROX Pro 9+ Programs. When preparing drills for a specific sport or use case according to the MSNP™ training methodology, sport-specific requirements on the 8 different target areas of cognitive-motor development are analysed and a requirement profile is developed. This requirement profile provides insights on which practical training areas to focus on.



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