Understanding New Athlete Features on the Next Generation Edge Trainer

As a Vizual Edge athlete, you have three different options when it comes to training your visual processing skills. The three options are: My Plan, Open Gym, and Game Day Training. Each of these options is available to every Vizual...
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Welcome to the Next Generation of The Edge Trainer

Over the past 20 years, Vizual Edge and the Edge Trainer have gone from an idea to practice, from CD-ROM to the web, and we are now excited to release the next generation of the Edge Trainer. We’ve done the...
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Vizual Edge Announces Partnership with PROGRAM 15

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (June 10, 2019) – Vizual Edge, a leading research and development company focusing on visual performance training for athletes, has announced a strategic marketing partnership with PROGRAM 15, the Official Global Grassroots Player Identification and Development Program for...
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Vizual Edge Forms Partnership With Elite Edge Athlete

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (June 7, 2019) – Vizual Edge, a leading research and development company that focuses on providing visual performance training for athletes, has strategically aligned with Elite Edge Athlete, a Colorado-based organization dedicated to helping young athletes establish a...
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Vizual Edge Partners with USHL

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (April 29, 2019) – Vizual Edge, a leading research and development company focusing on visual performance training for athletes, has joined forces with the United States Hockey League (USHL), the nation’s only Tier I junior hockey league, becoming...
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The Eye Test: The Importance of Vision

The following is an excerpt from 'The Eye Test: The Importance of Vision' by DAN GUTTENPLAN and ROBERT BUONFIGLIO. Many people think of vision as something that naturally gets weaker with age. On the contrary, it is actually an attribute...
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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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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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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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