Visualization is seeing an image or movie in your mind. The more vividly you visualize an event, the more real it will seem, and the more effective you will be at re-programming your brain.
Visual Concentration is the ability to screen out distractions to stay focused on the ball or the target.
Eye tracking helps you follow objects without much head motion to maintain better balance and react to the situation more quickly.
Visual memory is the ability to recall information when prompted by a visual cue. It gives the athlete the ability to rapidly recognize patterns, and to make quick and accurate decisions.
Decision making is the mental process that results from a reaction to a situation. The quicker you react to a situation, the faster you will be able to make a decision.
It is the athlete’s ability to synchronize finger, hand and arm movements with constantly changing visual information from a dynamic sporting environment.
It is the athlete’s ability to synchronize finger, hand and arm movements with visual information from a dynamic sporting environment that happens directly in front of an athlete.
Dynamic visual acuity refers to the athlete's clarity of vision while the athlete is in movement or while the athlete is tracking a moving object.
Visual accommodation refers to the process by which the eye adjusts in order to produce a clear focus at changing distances.
Two-eyed depth perception enables you to quickly and accurately judge the distance between yourself, the ball, your opponents, teammates, boundary lines and other objects.
Without an eye exam, many athletes can suffer from undetected vision or eye health problems. Without healthy eyes and vision, they can face unnecessary challenges.
Refraction is conducted to determine the appropriate lens power needed to compensate for any refractive error (nearsightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism), otherwise known as lower order aberrations.
Binocular vision refers to the ability to maintain visual focus on an object when both eyes are used together.
Static visual acuity refers to the athlete's clarity of vision while the athlete is focusing on a stationary object.
Contrast sensitivity refers to the ability to quickly and clearly identify objects in varying lighting conditions and against backgrounds of varying color.