The Liverpool squad were seen training with the two coaches in Austria again on Tuesday, with Jurgen Klopp clearly feeling their work is having an impact on his players.
Images from the morning session showed captain Jordan Henderson using some equipment that is now being used on a frequent basis by the club.
Dr Niklas Hausler and Patrick Hantschke, of neuroscientific training group neuro11, first introduced their work to Jurgen Klopp two years ago, with the Liverpool boss always open to suggestions for marginal gains.
The pair use groundbreaking technology to monitor players as they take set-pieces, attaching electrodes to their heads while a pack is strapped to their waist to collect data during sessions.
Bend it like Trent… pic.twitter.com/FcfHpwRBS6
It looks as if the Liverpool captain was working specifically on his direct free-kicks, which might explain the ‘Bend it like Trent’ caption he posted with the images on Twitter!
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The players were set for more training in the afternoon, ahead of their latest friendly against Red Bull Salzburg on Wednesday, before returning home to prepare for clashes against Man City and Strasbourg this weekend.