Jonathan Bornstein

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Chicago Fire Defender Jonathan Bornstein: i-BrainTech Gives You Neurofeedback in Real Time

Jonathan Bornstein is already Chicago Fire FC’s oldest player at 36, and the defender has said he wants to play until he turns 40. To do that, he is turning toward cognitive training with i-BrainTech, which has users wear an EEG cap and control actions using only their brain activity. The goal is to improve concentration and decision-making on the pitch. Bornstein has become an avid user and company ambassador.
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Jonathan Bornstein: The Chicago Fire veteran in the middle of a youth movement

Jonathan Bornstein has seen a lot in his 16 seasons as a professional soccer player. At the 2010 FIFA World Cup, he was subbed off in the 80th minute against Algeria, and watched Landon Donovan’s late winner from the sideline. At Queretaro in Mexico, played a season with Ronaldinho. His 2009 stoppage time header against Costa Rica in World Cup qualifying gave the USMNT a 2-2 draw, and, weirdly, made him a national hero in Honduras. He even spent a season playing in Israel.