Busting myths about Sports Vision Performance Training
Sports Vision Training is not about practicing hand to eye tasks.
Sports Vision Training is about learning how to use your visual system to greater advantage during activities where the vision guides body movement through space and with respect to other stationary and moving objects.
Sports Vision Training is not about training game skills.
Sports Vision Training is about learning to absorb and process more information faster, and about anticipating and responding to change at speed in order to move faster and more efficiently through space and arrive at the most appropriate place ahead of time.
Sports Vision Training is not about practicing balance skills.
Sports Vision Training is about understanding how posture and stability impact upon the ability to use vision effectively and about working visual and body postural feedback mechanisms, both in harmony and in conflict, in order to build in the flexibility to cope with stress and fatigue during play and develop and sustain optimum visual function under fast moving dynamic conditions and extreme postures specific to a particular sport.