Sensory Speed: Enabling Athletes To Improve Their Athletic And Academic Performance Through Training The Eyes, Brain & Body. Along with Fitness, Nutrition & Accountability Coaching For Long Term Health & Wellness
So, You Want To Enhance Your Eyes & Brain So You Can Take Your Performance To The Next Level?
The Good News Is...
After training with us, our members are able to see and process information faster
Improve how quickly you can see, understand, and react to the information you receive. In sports, this is almost all visual. Improve your recognition of target spin, speed and trajectory, see openings in the defense & open teammates, so that you can make great plays. Making a great play starts with your ability to recognize what's going on. Speed kills! Not just running speed... Sensory Speed! If you're slow to recognize you're already behind.
There are different kinds of awareness. Peripheral Awareness, Depth Awareness, Spatial Awareness, and Awareness of multiple objects at once. All of which are critically important your ability to consistently perform at a high level, and avoid injuries.
Decision Making & Reaction Time
Better brain processing skills allows for less mistakes, more consistent high-level play, faster reaction time, and more productivity in sports and school. Training your arms and legs to move fast doesn't improve reaction time, it improves movement time. To really improve reaction time you have see, process, and decide faster. The best athletes make the best decisions in the least amount of time.
Exceptional eye-hand and eye-foot coordination allows you to put your body in the right place at the right time to make more elite-level plays. The eyes have to work before the hand/foot, so fine tune your eyes and the coordination with the body.
Focus & Concentration
There are muscles that control your eyes that allow them to focus at different distances. In sports you need to focus in the distance and in school you need to focus up close. Enhancing these focusing muscles will help you stay focused late in the game, and allow you to read/study for longer periods of time without fatigue or headaches.
Injury prevention is an important benefit of neuro-vision training. Concussion rates have been significantly reduced by major collegiate football programs as a result of neuro-vision training. This is mainly due to raised peripheral awareness and the ability to react quicker, making it easier to avoid unforeseen contact in team sports.
Free Vision Training Course
Learn how to start improving your vision by practicing the exercises and tips in this FREE course. Anybody can benefit, so take advantage of this rare opportunity!
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We All Know The Importance Of Our Vision...
But There's A Misconception That Vision Is Just The Ability To See Clearly...
In Reality, Vision Involves Many More Skills Than Just Seeing Clearly, AND There Are Ways To
Improve Your Vision That Go Way Beyond Just Wearing Glasses Or Contacts.
Let’s take a look at the whole process of making a play in your sport. Every play in nearly every sport follows
what we call the Performance Loop.
Step 1) SEE
Step 2) DECIDE
Step 3) REACT
Lets Break It Down...
Step 1) SEE
First, you have a mental picture of what you’re expecting or wanting to see. This is based on past visual experiences that you’ve stored in memory so you can visualize what you’re expecting to see, along with the result you want.
Next, you have to get the visual information in as quickly and accurately as possible in order to decide if it is what you were looking for or not.
To do this, it requires much more than just seeing clearly. It requires exceptional visual recognition skills. Including:
- Contrast Sensitivity
- Depth Perception
And other visual skills that ALL SIMULTANEOUSLY WORK TOGETHER TO GATHER THE INFORMATION FAST ENOUGH TO JUDGE THINGS LIKE LOCATION, DISTANCE, SPIN, SPEED AND TRAJECTORY. All of the visual indicators that allow you to judge when, where, and how to respond.
Step 2) DECIDE
Does what you see match what you wanted to see? If so, you decide to go.
If not, you don’t go. These are split second decisions based on what is seen (visual input) and what was expected.
The result is in a cognitive decision to go or not.
Step 3) REACT
Once the decision is made then the motor response/action is initiated. This is where the
proper mechanics, strength, speed, power, and eye-hand coordination come into play.
If any of these three steps are delayed or inaccurate, the results are typically not going to be
favorable. Our job at Sensory Speed, Inc. is to help improve the chances of all these working
together more effectively and consistently resulting in better performance.
To understand our programs you first have to understand how vision really works and how