Hockey Vision Training
Whether you are a goalie, a forward, or a defenseman, Vision Training can help you see the game better. Goalies see the release of the puck off the stick so that they can track the puck towards them with greater clarity and depth perception. Also, with better peripheral vision, goalies are able to see where other players are on the ice so they can anticipate passes and plays.
Better peripheral vision will help forwards and defensemen see the movement of other players, anticipate plays, and be where the puck is going before it gets there. Also, knowing where a check is coming from helps prevent injuries. Hockey is a game that is played at a high speed in a confined space, so decisions need to be made quickly. What a player sees will allow him to decide to shoot, pass, or hold the puck. The more clarity he sees this with is the key to successful “split-second” decision making.