Entries by Michael Nelson

Volleyball Reaction Time: Are you a Scott Sterling?

If you are a fan of volleyball and YouTube I’m sure you have seen the Scott Sterling volleyball video. As great as Scott is as returning kills with his face, most players would prefer to have a fast enough reaction time to return it with their hands. So how fast do you need to be? […]

Why more ballplayers should give their eyes a workout

Co Baseball and Vision training unt new Blue Jay Randal Grichuk among the believers in vision training, which takes many forms and has a long history of success, especially in a sport where decisions are made in milliseconds.  Dr. Nelson speaks to staff reporter Laura Armstrong with the Toronto Star about sports vision training.  

How To Get Vision Like Conner McDavid

So what sets players like Conner McDavid apart? He has skill that puts him in another level than his peers….the age old ‘nature vs nurture’ question is if players like McDavid are great because they were born that way or is it because they trained to that level. My thoughts are that it has more […]

Eyes Up Stickhandling: Spring Break 2017

Eyes-Up Hockey Stickhandling Program A differentiating skill in hockey players of all ages is the ability to stickhandle while keeping track of the play on ice.   Players that can do this are known to have great on-ice awareness.   Sign up for this special spring break vision training program and we will help you […]

March Madness Multiviewing

Everyone has heard of multi-tasking…how about multi-viewing?  March Madness is a great time for testing your multi-viewing skills…..trying to watch 4 or more games simultaneously so you don’t miss that buzzer beater finish. The term we use in sports vision training for this is Multi-object tracking.  This is the ability to keep track of your […]