At the RMSVI, we have the expertise and equipment to take athletes to the next level. Here is just a sampling of some of the visual skills we can train:
- Dynamic Visual Acuity: the ability to see objects clearly while in motion
- Eye Tracking: the ability to “keep your eye on the ball” or follow a moving object.
- Eye Focusing: the ability to maintain clear vision as your eyes change focus quickly and accurately while looking from one distance to another.
- Peripheral Vision: the ability to see people and objects out of the corner of your eye while concentrating on a fixed point.
- Depth Perception: being able to quickly and accurately judge the distance between yourself, the ball, your opponents, teammates, boundary lines and other objects.
- Fusion and Flexibility Stamina: being able to keep both eyes working together even under high speed physically stressful conditions.
- Visualization: the ability to picture events with your mind’s eye or imagination (i.e. remembering plays, court position, and planning future action)
- Eye-Hand-Body Coordination: appropriate use of your hands, feet and body when responding to visual information.
- Visual concentration: being able to stay on task for increased awareness and fewer distractions.