For the skeptical at heart, multiple studies have shown the benefits of Sports Vision Training. Recently a study showed The University of Cincinnati Baseball Team improved its team batting average from 0.251 in 2010 to 0.285 in 2011 after undergoing an extensive vision training program. This took the team from a batting average ranking of 12th in the Big East all the way to 4th. A 2011 study at Duke University showed significant improvements in visual cognition after vision training using stroboscopic spectacles. Both motion detection and central attention improved significantly. Finally, a study involving the Vancouver Canucks analyzing twelve performance metrics showed significant improvements in nine of the twelve metrics after vision training utilizing the Neurotracker. Hence, sports vision training can and does have a dramatic effect on an athlete’s performance on the field.