During the first two weeks of the semester, we tested approximately 800 students in the new C360 program - a revolutionary measurement system that assesses your current athletic form and helps our experts formulate a plan to reach your athletic and personal peak. We are currently training students twice a week using nine different practical exercises that improve depth perception, near and far focus, scanning and recognition, visual memory and reaction times just to name a few. We already have students that are considerably lower than the C360 testing scores with just a few weeks of training! Below are the exercises and scores of the top individuals for each sport in the vision training:
Concentration Boards (Scanning and Recognizing)
This test examines an athlete's ability to focus, remain alert and concentrate over time. The lower the score in seconds, the better.
The tachistoscope is a computer program that quickly projects an image on the screen, giving an athlete a brief exposure to a set of stimuli. The tachistoscope determines how effectively an athlete processes, organizes and retrieves information. The maximum level is 18.
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The SVT (Sight Vision Training) Board is a programmable machine that examines an athlete's hand-eye speed and coordination, ultimately determining their ability to react. The lower the score in seconds, the better.