See To Play picked up some kind words today from athletic trainer, Joe Sharpe. Joe has been a head athletic trainer in the NBA for over 10 years, served as assistant trainer for a few years before that and was UConn’s head trainer for 9 years prior to joining the professional ranks. He was also the trainer for 2010’s USA Basketball Team.
He understands what is required of the human body to compete at an elite level. He also understands the important role that vision plays.
Here’s what he wrote about my book,
“See to Play is a wonderful resource for athletic trainers. The book provides insight on understanding the purpose of vision to enhance athletic performance, offers guidance with return to play decisions following head and eye injuries, and stresses the importance of eye protection.”
Hilary Clinton wrote a book entitled “It Takes A Village” and that theme has never been more evident than by the role athletic trainers play in every stage of an athlete’s evolution to the elite and professional levels.
I wrote this book as a tool for athletes AND their support team. Be a part of the village that helps the 40% of athletes who don't make it because of their eyes. Help them see to play!
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