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The Importance of Binocular Vision in Sports

To succeed at their game, athletes need excellent binocular vision. Find out how sports vision training can improve their visual skills and boost their performance, no matter their sport.

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2 Ways Strong Peripheral Vision Can Help You Avoid Sports Injuries

Peripheral vision allows us to view objects, people, and actions at the sides of our vision, also known as our peripheral visual field. Athletes with poor peripheral vision are at higher risk of sports-related injuries. Here are 2 exercises that can help improve your peripheral vision.

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Sports Vision Training Can Help Prevent Sport-Related Head Injuries

Sports vision training works on improving visual skills associated with sports performance. It helps improve visual skills such as depth perception and hand-eye coordination. Find out how sports vision training can not only improve your game, but help prevent head injuries.

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Athletes With Previous Concussion Have 4 Times the Risk of Another

Studies have found that children who previously sustained a concussion have close to 4 times the risk of sustaining another concussion compared to children with no concussion history. Find out how sports vision training can help decrease the risk of suffering a concussion while improving your game.

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How to Improve Your Sports-Related Visual Skills

Did you know that in addition to physical skills, playing sports relies on specific visual skills? Just as you train your body, you can actively work on improving your visual skills. Whatever sport you play, we’ll keep your visual skills sharp to allow you the best opportunity to excel at your game.

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How Can I Putt Like Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus?

Sports vision training entails exercises and techniques to improve the visual skills needed to become a better golfer. Putting — hitting a golf ball with a light stroke — requires a variety of visual skills, including hand-eye coordination and the ability to precisely judge distances. These techniques can be practiced away from the golf course to attain success on the golf course.

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