Sports vision training works on improving an athlete's visual skills, including contrast sensitivity, depth perception, eye-hand coordination, visual reaction time, dynamic visual acuity, tracking, focusing, and peripheral vision.
Senaptec Strobe glasses are designed to train the connections between an individual's eyes, brain, and body. The lenses use liquid crystal technology to flicker between clear and opaque -- thus removing visual information and forcing the athlete to process information more efficiently.
Senaptec Strobe glasses are now available for purchase in our online store.
Former college baseball player Vinnie Malzahn of Hardball Training Center tests out our home training system.
Our sports vision home training program utilizes state-of-the-art software programs to evaluate and train the visual systems that are critical to the success of all athletes. Athletes from Little League to college have used our system to improve reaction time, peripheral awareness, eye-hand coordination, recognition, depth perception, and tracking skills. READ MORE
Sports vision rings are a great tool for working on eye-hand coordination, tracking, visual recognition, and depth perception. Vision rings were the preferred sports vision training tool of Manny Ramirez. Our rings are made of the highest quality materials for maximum durability.
Sports vision rings give teams the ability to incorporate vision training into a team practice plan. Vision rings also allow individual players to train their visual skills on their own time in any outdoor space.
"Vision rings are a great tool when coaching hitters of all ages and skill levels. I use the vision rings before we start our hitting and catcher's drills to help the players practice their tracking without worry about the other mechanics. The vision rings are great because they give the player instant feedback, so they can make their own adjustments. We've all told players to 'keep their eye on the ball', which is an easy thing to say, but a difficult skill to teach. Vision rings are a great tool that can be used to teach just that."
- Tug Gillingham, Former College/Pro Player, Coach at Morton High School (IL) and Welles Park Baseball Association (IL).