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Depth Perception In Sports

Dr. Barry L. Seiller 04/2019 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...
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Vision Training's Impact on Tennis Performance

All athletes recognize the significant role that vision, and visual skills have on their performance. The adage, “If you can’t see the ball, you can’t hit it” is true. Visual skill development should be a part of every athlete’s training...
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Vision Skills that Boost Esports Performance

Regardless of the sport, an athlete has been someone who has both the physical and mental traits to set them apart from the average person. Whether it be strength, stamina, pace or mental prowess, superior athletes tend to possess these...
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Basic Knowledge of Visual Skills

Barry L. Seiller M.D. The eyes guide the body. If an athlete with a well-trained body is unable to use his or her eyes to their full abilities, they are not performing at their maximum potential. Professional and weekend athletes...
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Vision Training's Effect on Batting Performance

Shane T. Gilliam, David J. Szymanski, Michael T. Braswell, Andrew T. Britt, Charles F. Cicciarella, Amanda L. Herring, Brannon T. Holloway, Hannah E. Lowe, Jeffrey D. Potts, Jessica M. Szymanski, Megan E. Till, and Frank J. Spaniol. Louisiana Tech University/Applied...
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Performance of Major League Baseball Hitters

Jason Houze, MS 1* and Frank J. Spaniol, Ed.D., CSCS*D, FNSCA 2 1 Department of Kinesiology, Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi, TX; jhouze@islander.tamucc.edu2 Department of Kinesiology, Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi, TX; frank.spaniol@tamucc.edu* Correspondence: jhouze@islander.tamucc.edu; Tel.: 361-878-5140 Abstract: The...
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Vision of High School Baseball Players

Frank J. Spaniol, Ed.D., CSCS*D Professor, Department of Kinesiology Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi The purpose of this study was to investigate the attitudes and perceptions of high school baseball players that participated in Vizual Edge Performance Training (VEPT). Visual skills...
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Baseball and Vision: Do Pitchers Need to See?

By: Barry L. Seiller M.D., Kathleen Puchalski R.N.Visual Fitness Institute Baseball is a visually demanding sport and of course, pitchers need to see. When it comes to the sport of baseball and the impact of vision performance on field, most...
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Visual Skills and Volleyball

Barry L. Seiller, M.D.Medical Director, Visual Performance CenterGeorgia Tech Athletic AssociationVisual Fitness Institute 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...
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There is an "I" in Golf

Written exclusively for Golf Chicago! by the Visual Fitness Institute Barry L. Seiller Golf is surely not spelled with an “I,” but it is played with an “eye” ⎯ an eye on the ball, an eye on the slope of...
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