Depending on the sport, certain types of contact lenses may work better than others. But in some sports, contact lenses may cause problems because of a dusty or dry environment.
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If you participate in outdoor sports and recreational activities, you need protection from the sun. Glare can interfere with your ability to see the detail necessary for successful performance. Tinted lenses can help. Tints transmit specific wavelengths of light based on the color, the amount of tinting and the lens material used. Guidelines can help you select the color tints recommended for your sport, […]
An eye injury can impact your entire life…
I felt calm, centered, and completely capable. It was also a great moment of team connection.
50 Tips To Improve Your Sports Performance by Dr. Lynn Hellerstein has been honored as a “Winner” in the “Health: Exercise & Fitness” category.
Tip #21: V I S U A L I Z E The skills & benefits of visualization are valuable in many areas of your life.
Mentally practice specific skills Improve confidence Increase problem solving Reduce stress and anxiety Prepare for performance Maintain mental readiness even during injury recovery “Every day before, I would see an outline of what I knew the future would hold for me. I would feel the environment and visualize the surroundings that would encompass my every […]
The SEE IT. SAY IT. DO IT!® process has three parts that make a great pre-sports routine.
As an athlete, if you want to maximize your physical strengths and skills, you must train your thoughts and ability to visualize.
NIKE has created a special training tool for athletes dubbed “Vapor Strobes.” These glasses flash microscopic electric charges, blocking vision in 100-millisecond patterns. As you run drills, the lenses flicker between clear and opaque; these distractions force you to anticipate what is coming and focus on your task. This training helps you see things more […]
Start marching in place. When your left knee is raised, use your right hand to touch your left knee.