A sports vision training program can be individualized to fit your specific needs and goals. An archer will have a different visual requirement to track his arrow traveling away than an outfielder has trying to track the ball into his mitt.
Depending on your sport and the results of comprehensive eye testing, you may need training that will help you with skills such as anticipating the trajectory of a bouncing ball. Computer simulations can be used as training tools, including those that help batters accurately anticipate where a fastball or a curve ball will be located when it's time to take a swing.
Some sports vision specialists even use techniques such as visual imagery (visualization) to help athletes imagine themselves performing at a peak level. You may be asked to see yourself dashing across the finish line in record time or aiming your rifle in precisely the right way to hit the target. These are just a few examples of how sports vision training can be extremely beneficial to you.
At the Tri Valley Sports Vision Training Center, we analyze your sports vision strengths and weaknesses and tailor a training program to maximize your competitive vision.