For many athletes looking at taking their performances to the next level, they look to improve their technical skills, strength and conditioning, sport nutrition, and even mental game. A combination of all or most of those components recognized as being vital in an athlete’s success. But, there is one component that is overlooked and is quickly being considered the missing link, sports vision training. The ASDC SW uses two of the most exciting sports vision training tools available; the Dynavision D2 and NeuroTracker cognitive training software.
Think about sports like hockey, baseball, basketball, rugby, football, and soccer. There is constant motion between teammates, the opposing team, and a rapidly moving object like a puck or ball. If an athlete doesn’t have good dynamic visual skills like depth perception, peripheral awareness, and an ability to track moving objects, chances are they're not playing to their full ability.
The following is a small list of organizations that use the Dynavision D2:
- Gatorade Sport Institute
- IMG Academy
- Pittsburgh Pirates
- New York Rangers
- Ottawa Senators
- United States Military
- Canada’s Special Operations Forces’ Joint Task Force 2
- NCAA Division 1 schools
Elite teams and groups that use NeuroTracker include:
- Manchester United
- Atlanta Falcons
- US Soccer
- Montreal Impact
- Vancouver Canucks
Combining Dynavision D2 and NeuroTracker sports vision training improves an athlete's time to react in stressful and fast-paced situations. An athlete's ability to make quick decisions can also reduce the instances of concussions.
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Sport Vision Training Package 1 (20 Sessions) - $550.00
Sport Vision Training Package 2 (15 Sessions) - $450.00
Sport Vision Training Package 3 (10 Sessions) - $375.00
Sport Vision Training Package 4 (5 Sessions) - $250.00
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