Hawk Eye Sports Vision was instrumental in our success at Godby High School in our pursuit of the 2012 State Championship. We believed in it so much we incorporated it in to our physical education classes.
Head Football Coach
Godby High School
An NCAA Study Concluded
"The result of this study indicate that NCAA D1 baseball players that receive visual skills training produce significantly higher battedball velocities than NCAA D1 baseball players that did not receive visual skills training.
Visual skills training is a relatively new training technique used to enhance athletic performance. Coaches and players attempting to enhance batting performance may consider the addition of visual skills training to their practice and training programs."
Videos and interviews about Hawk Eye and some about sports vision training.
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New and Redesigned graphics and exercises
"The Chicago Force, (women's tackle football), started using the Hawk Eye DVD about 3 years ago and since that time we have put together three consecutive undefeated regular seasons. Additionally, we have had one player on our team lead the league in receiving two of the three years. I plan on using this DVD with the USA Women's National Team in 2013 and my high school in the fall of 2013."
Head Coach Chicago Force
Head Coach Crete-Monee H.S.
Head Coach USA Womens National Team
"I got the Package Thursday, after using it for three days I can notice a difference in my vision, I caught passes today with ease and did't drop a single ball."
Arron, a high school football player in Texas
AHSAA Summer Sports Expo 2016
Hawk Eye Sports Vision Training is the first and only DVD based training system for the muscles of the eyes. Since 2009 Hawk Eye has been helping athletes improve in the areas of TRACKING, PERIPHERAL VISION, FOCUSING, CONCENTRATION, STAMINA, REACTION and VISUAL MEMORY.
Used by the 2013 WFA National Champion Chicago Force and the 2012 Florida 5A Football Champion Godby High School. Several Region Championship programs in the 2016 AHSAA Football Playoffs and several collegiate and Professional Athletes.
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