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Vision Training by Vizual Edge Featured on ESPN's SEC Network

Vizual Edge has long been used as a tool in Major League Baseball. First, as a scouting tool to identify hitters with elite processing skills, then as a player development tool. Vizual Edge has used that success in Major League...
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43 Feet - Vision Training in Softball

43 Feet. That is all that stands between the pitcher and the hitter. With the speed the ball travels at a short distance this does not give a hitter very much time to make a decision - to swing or...
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Visual Skills and Volleyball

It has long been taken for granted that an athlete's visual skills will directly (positively or negatively) impact his or her athletic performance. Great athletes are said to possess superior visual skills. Basketball players have said that when they are...
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Pickleball Fire: Vision Training to Improve Your Game

Article from Pickleball Fire Magazine - January 2022 Pickleball players tend to spend a lot of time on the physical aspect of the game. But have you considered improving your vision skills so you can know where your opponent's shot...
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Dr. Ryan Edwards, Developmental Optometrist, Speaks on Vision Training

Ryan Edwards, OD, FCOVD, Developmental Optometrist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=755U8K2JAbY Dynamic Center for Vision Therapy Graduate of the Michigan College of Optometry - 2013Completed specialized residency program in vision therapy and rehabilitation through the Southern College of Optometry - 2014Board Certified Fellow in...
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Vision Training for Showcases & Camps

Adding Value to Your Events Showcases and camps are a great way to attract new clientele, but you must continue to add to the showcase and camp experience. New technologies have emerged across the sports industry and are a great...
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Red, Yellow, Green Light Recognition in Pickleball

One of the most important Pickleball tips I could have benefited from early in my playing days is what I call Red, Yellow, Green Light Recognition. Like many former athletes that find their way to the pickleball court, I started...
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Depth Perception In Sports

We use our visual skills almost every waking minute and seldom give them much thought. These include not just your eyesight, but eye movements. Whether for sport, work, or general daily function, eyesight becomes second nature to us. One of...
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Vision Training for Baseball Hitters

David Szymanski, Ph.D., CSCS, *D, RSCC*E, FNSCA NSCA Coach Magazine When watching a baseball player hit, it is clear that vision is a dominant sensory system. The visual skills of a baseball player go beyond static visual acuity (ability to...
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Adding Vision Training to Your Hitting Routine

When I was growing up, technology in my baseball training was a luxury. Occasionally during batting practice sessions with my dad, we might talk my mom into lugging a suitcase-sized VHS camera to record some of my swings. Afterward, I’d...
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