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.

Parent Testimonial: Mike Kelly

Owen Kelly, Iona Prep (NY)

Owen Kelly, Iona Prep (NY)

"My son Owen (16) started working with John Fitzgerald and his sports vision training program in late July 2016. Flashback: 9 years ago, Owen had surgery to remove a cataract from his right eye and uses a corrective lens with a slight prescription to balance his vision. We noticed during this spring season that Owen was having trouble squaring up on the ball and had made an appointment to see his ophthalmologist in August.

"Fast forward to this July: Mr. Fitzgerald had been asked by Coach Gurney to work with the campers at Rising Star Baseball Camp and we were fortunate enough to be there during that time. John surmised that Owen had an issue with depth perception, based on Owen's reactions during a fielding drill. A subsequent eye drill on the side confirmed this. We immediately started using the sports vision home training program -- the instructions were easy to follow and John was always available to answer questions and give interpretation of the results as training progressed. He also followed up with one on one work and taught Owen an exercise he could do daily on his own.

"At the same time, Owen saw much better results at the plate and in the field. He was more decisive at the plate, hitting the ball with much more authority & force. And he had much better reactions in the field, making several exceptional plays in the remaining summer tournaments. In summary, I highly recommend John Fitzgerald and his Sports Vision Home Training. The results are real and measurable." -Mike Kelly

Parent Testimonial: John Rios

Parent Testimonial: Sports Vision Training Clinic at Hardball Training Center

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