Sports vision training works on improving an athlete's visual skills - contrast sensitivity, depth perception, eye-hand coordination, visual reaction time, dynamic visual acuity, visual tracking, focusing, and peripheral vision.
Scientific studies prove that sports vision training can improve athletic performance. Sports vision training programs are currently used by many college and professional sports teams. Additionally, individual athletes in sports ranging from tennis to baseball and hockey have used sports vision training to gain an edge on the competition.
Sports vision training software allows athletes to isolate and train their visual skills without the cost or space required to purchase large pieces of equipment. We use two state-of-the art software packages - Ultimeyes and Vizual Edge - in our sports vision home training curriculum. Analyzing data from both programs gives us a comprehensive understanding of an athlete's visual capabilities and it allows us to track their progress across two separate sports vision training methods.
Sports vision equipment is a great way to supplement software-based sports vision training programs. Our favorite sports vision training tool is the Sports Vision Ring. The rings look deceptively simple, but they are very difficult to master. That's probably why former MLB slugger Manny Ramirez considered vision rings one of his favorite sports vision training exercises.