Another news article has appeared in the media promoting the benefits of vision training for sports performance. This article was found in the NY Times (click here to read the article) This article touts how vision therapy actually trains the brain more than eyesight. It also talks about how athletes may lose what they don't use in neuron firing.
But, where's an athlete to get started? The best place is in my book, See To Play; The Eyes of Elite Athletes. My book has two chapters dedicated to vision training. The first chapter on vision training is geared for the athletes that have not had any vision training before. The second chapter presents exercises aimed at more experienced athletes. The book also provides vision training logs that help you track where you are and where you need to go.
This website also presents a few eye exercises that you can get you started. (Click here to get started).
Reach your genetic potential. Begin a vision training program today!
I opened my Sunday paper and found a article presenting various eye exercises to improve their vision.
"Hitters try just about everything to improve vision". click here to read the article by AP
See To Play is full of eye exercises that athletes of all ages can use to sharpen their visual skills and help them reach their genetic potential. Their are two chapters dedicated to vision exercises; one for the athlete just starting out and another for athletes in their prime or past their prime.
These vision exercises are performed using items you have around your house.
Start improving your vision today, just like the hitters in the MLB.
The Peters/Price (See To Play) Vision Concussion protocol will be published in the March 2015 edition of the Optometry & Visual Performance Journal.
We are very proud that we were selected for publication. More importantly, we're very excited that this will make our concussion protocol available nationwide to help doctors begin to rehabilitate athletes with these types of concussions.
Click here to learn more about the OVP Journal
Sustaining a concussion is a scary for athletes, as well as their support staff such as parents, trainers and coaches.
With concussions involving the visual system, we've found that we can actually help speed the patients recovery time by using vision therapy.
Click here to be directed to a television news article that highlighted a visual concussion that occurred to a 10 year old football player and learn how we were able to help him return to play quicker.
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