The Eyes Have It: Sports and Vision Training

Seth Stevenson Slate Seattle Mariners first baseman Russell Branyan began this season on a tear. His numbers at the All Star break: a .280 batting average (versus a career average of .234), a .382 on-base percentage (career .331), and a...
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Rehabbing Vision After Concussions

Joe Lemire SportTechie Senior Writer Only the unidentified voice remains. The baseball game is gone. The drive to the field vanished. That morning’s school day disappeared. The previous weeks, too. Just four words, maybe from the catcher, linger in Jared...
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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;* Correspondence:; 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 of Pro Baseball Players

Tim Rodmaker “You can’t hit what you can’t see” How important is sports vision to batting performance in professional baseball players. This was a question that the Sport Science Research Lab at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi set out to answer....
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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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Hockey and Vision: Weight Training for the Eyes

Dr. Barry L. Seiller 12/2001: Stops & Starts, American Hockey Coaches Association Guest Article Most hockey coaches recognize the significant role that vision and visual skills have on their players' performance. Many of these coaches and trainers have searched for...
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