FAQ 
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions
FAQ For Training With Us At Sensory Speed
What Sport(s) Does This Help With? 
We work with athletes of all sports, and it helps them all.

If you use your eyes during your sport then the Sensory Speed programs can help your performance.

If you use your body to run, jump, throw, hit, pass, etc then the Sensory Speed programs can help your performance.

Think about your sport and what information you need your eyes to tell you in order to react.

Archery, Auto Racing, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Cricket, Dirt Bike, Fencing, Field Hockey, Football (American), Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Martial Arts, Motocross, Rugby, Shooting, Soccer, Softball, Table Tennis, Tactical Tennis, Volleyball, Water Polo, eSports, etc.

There are certain sports that are more visually demanding than others. There are also certain skills that are more important for certain sports. The sports that involve high speed objects or hitting precise targets require more fine tuned focusing skills. Other sports that have a bunch of moving pieces require more awareness. But no matter what sport you play it takes a combination of multiple different Neuro-Visual skills to play at the highest level.
Does It Really Work? 
No doubt. 

The human body is an amazing thing. It is always changing and developing new skills, habits, and knowledge. The human body has the ability to adapt to its surrounding and the stressors put on it. With that basic understanding of the human body, it’s not hard to see how stressors put on the eyes and brain can change their abilities. Too much stress causes everything to get worse. But just enough stress causes enhanced abilities. If you follow the training program the way it is set up, consistently completing your workouts on a weekly basis, then yes, it will work and you will improve your neuro- visual skills. But, you have to do the work! This isn’t some magical program that will make all of your dreams come true just by signing up. You have to commit to your goals and the program. If you do that you will improve.
What If I Do/Don't Wear Corrections? 
That’s great! Those with and without correction (contacts/glasses) can participate in our facility training sessions. If you don’t use correction, then your eyes might be in relatively good shape and see clearly. But it does NOT mean you have superior functional vision skills. In our program you will be tested and trained on skills that you have probably never tested/trained before.
How Long Does It Take To See Results? 
This all depends on how frequently you're training. Some see results in a few weeks, others it takes a month or 2. This depends on your physical and/or visual situation at the beginning of the program and your dedication to the program. 

For example, someone who has a significant eye-teaming issue could notice a change almost immediately simply by bringing awareness to an aspect of their vision. Someone who has above average vision skills might notice small improvements over a few weeks. One scenario is not better than the other. Improvements are improvements. If you are at the top of your game, then a small improvement is actually a big step.

Physical Improvements are usually noticed within the first month of training.
How Do I Schedule a Free Consultation? 
Where Do I Go To Schedule My In-Facility Classes? 

If you have already signed up, to schedule your in-facility classes online click Login on the menu bar or CLICK HERE

If you are NEW & Ready to Sign Up, CLICK HERE OR Email Us @ info@sensoryspeed.com 

If you aren't sure what is best for you, click the button above to schedule a free consultation.
FAQ For Online Training Products
What Skills Are Trained In These Courses?
Eye-Teaming
The ability of the two eyes to work together equally, accurately, and comfortably. Inability to do this affects nearly all the other skills, especially depth perception and visual comfort in academics.

Tracking
Eye movements needed to quickly and accurately gather visual information. Problems with tracking can lead to loss of place, leaving things out, silly mistakes, and reduced comprehension in school. Problems with tracking is the most common visual issue seen in children and adults with reading/learning issues. In sports poor tracking affects the ability to keep one's eyes on the ball or target and moving eyes from target to target.

There are 2 types of tracking:
Pursuits – Smooth eye movements for following a moving target.
Saccades – Rapid eye movements for going from target to target.

Depth Perception
The ability of the eyes to locate an object in space, determine its speed, distance, and trajectory. This includes taking good routes, timing, and hitting targets.

Focusing Strength & Flexibility
The ability to maintain clear focus for sustained periods of time, and shift focus from objects near and far, quickly and accurately.

Peripheral Awareness
The ability to remain aware of your surroundings (teammates, opponents, boundary lines) while focusing on something (ball, opponent, teammate). Good peripheral awareness is especially helpful for preventing concussions by avoiding unforeseen contact in team sports.

Reaction Time
This skill has three steps: See > Decide > React. The first two steps are at the visual and brain processing levels. Athletes who are quickest to see and decide what to do are the fastest to physically react in the right way.

Decision-Making
Eye-Hand Coordination
The eyes lead the body, so the body will go where the eyes tell it to go. With strong visual skills athletes are able to move accurately and catch more balls, throw/kick/shoot/hit with more success, and have better body control.
What Sport Does It Help With? 
If you use your eyes during your sport then the Sensory Speed programs can help your performance. 

Think about your sport and what information you need your eyes to tell you in order to react. 

Archery, Auto Racing, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Cricket, Dirt Bike, Fencing, Field Hockey, Football (American), Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Martial Arts, Motocross, Rugby, Shooting, Soccer, Softball, Table Tennis, Tactical Tennis, Volleyball, Water Polo, eSports, etc.

There are certain sports that are more visually demanding than others. There are also certain skills that are more important for certain sports. The sports that involve high speed objects or hitting precise targets require more fine tuned focusing skills. Other sports that have a bunch of moving pieces require more awareness. But no matter what sport you play it takes a combination of multiple different visual neurocognitive skills to play at the highest level.
Does It Really Work? 
No doubt. 

The human body is an amazing thing. It is always changing and developing new skills, habits, and knowledge. The human body has the ability to adapt to its surrounding and the stressors put on it. With that basic understanding of the human body, it’s not hard to see how stressors put on the eyes and brain can change their abilities. Too much stress causes everything to get worse. But just enough stress causes enhanced abilities. If you follow the training program the way it is set up, consistently completing your workouts on a weekly basis, then yes, it will work and you will improve your visual neurocognitive skills. But, you have to do the work! This isn’t some magical program that will make all of your dreams come true just by signing up. You have to commit to your goals and the program. If you do that you will improve.
What If I Do/Don't Wear Corrections? 
That’s great! Those with and without correction (contacts/glasses) can participate in facility & with Sensory Speed's Exerc-Eyes testing and training programs. If you don’t use correction, then your eyes might be in relatively good shape and see clearly. But it does NOT mean you have superior functional vision skills. You will be testing and/or training skills that you have probably never tested/trained before.
How Long Does It Take To See Results? 
Some see results in a few days, some in a few weeks. This depends on your visual situation at the beginning of the program and your dedication to the program. 

For example, someone who has a significant eye-teaming issue could notice a change almost immediately simply by bringing awareness to an aspect of their vision. Someone who has above average vision skills might notice small improvements over a few weeks. One scenario is not better than the other. Improvements are improvements. If you are at the top of your game, then a small improvement is actually a big step.
How Do I  Access The Online Training Course? 

Once you purchase the training course we will immediately send you an email with your login credentials. You will be able to access the course on your computer, tablet or mobile device.

If you haven't Purchased a course yet, you can CLICK HERE to see what Sensory Speed, Inc. has to offer.
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San Jose State Softball
“I don’t think we’d be at the level we’re at now without [Sensory Speed’s] help. They’ve augmented our hitting as well as our educational standards here and helped us in the classroom as well as outside the classroom.”
 Peter Turner, Head Coach
San Jose State Softball
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