There’s a big difference between measuring performance and using technology to support learning. Beware the Snake Oil Salesman
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In a recent post Competing with Online Retailers: Strategies & Best Practices. I noticed an emphasis on competing with better products and retail strategies. I would encourage Optometry to add Performance Vision to the toolbox of competitive strategies.
Reacting to a fastball coming in at 100 miles per hour is one of the most difficult feats in professional sports. A hitter has a mere four-tenths of a second to react to a pitch. When a baseball travels that quickly, the margin for error is razor-thin. A batter can have all the power in the world, but if their timing is off by a fraction of a second, that’s the difference between fouling off a pitch and parking a ball in the stands.
Nationally recognized sports performance consultant Scot Prohaska has developed a training program based on these six areas, helping young athletes become better than ever. These are Scot’s 6 Lanes of Preparation
NEURODYNAMIC VISION - Improve elite athlete performance by harnessing the power of the brain to see faster and react quicker
Basic low-cost tools like boxing pads, cones, and touch lights can be really useful for customizing training routines to the needs of any athlete. That said, high-end technology is moving fast. Virtually every month new hi-tech gear gets released with the promise to take athletic performance to the next level
Performance 20/20 is sports vision training for achieving athletic potential by sharpening the visual system and cognitive skills. We utilize innovative training and technology to enhance the visual and cognitive systems of all athletes ranging from youths to professionals.