I haven't reviewed too many books on my website, but I felt this book was worth a mention.
I've had several competitive shooters travel to Raleigh, where I practice, to have their visual systems evaluated. We are able to break down the visual system of each athlete in a manner to recognize flaws or weaknesses. We then give a strategy for vision training to help athletes improve those areas.
I blogged about the art of aiming a couple months ago. This is a basic trait for most sports but is especially important in rifle and gun sports.
I just recently read a book, Sports Vision Training for Shooting Performance by Wes Kennedy. I really enjoyed it!
It is easy to read and has great artwork to demonstrate the topics. It breaks down the visual system in a manner that is easy to understand. The topics are the same ones found in my book, See To Play, but the author discusses these areas as they relate to shooting sports.
There are vision exercises to help the athlete improve the functioning of their visual system.
I highly recommend this book.
I also believe that if you want to go more in depth on vision exercises and the break down of the visual system as it relates to athletics, your next read should be See To Play. We also give you more options in training the visual system.
The recently released, See To Play Gaze Stabilization Exercise would be a great addition to the gaze stabilization exercises mentioned in the shooting book and is available at Bernell.com
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