Sport has become an
increasingly competitive field of expertise, thus it is imperative that an athlete is able to
perform at the highest level possible at all times. Many coaches and athletes are under the false
impression that performance is solely determined by physical capabilities and as a result, they
fail to account for compounding factors such as: fitness levels, visual skills, body composition,
nutritional status and the lifestyle habits of the athletes. If these are not optimised, they can
affect a player’s performance both on and off the field. Sports Vision training is a specific, safe
and legal technique which can be utilised to enhance performance. Ultimately motor skills
bridge the gap between fitness and technical ability, thus it is vital in training for sporting
excellence – as the body must be trained to respond to what the eyes see. Making use of Sports
Vision techniques, the visual system can be trained and improved in the same way that sport
specific drills improve the overall performance of an athlete.
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Kluka, Darlene Ann(University of Pretoria, 2009-06-04)
The development of gender mainstreaming programs and proactive work aimed at addressing the historical imbalances of women in all sectors of society have become the staple of most international meetings with a concern for ...
Van Heerden, Cornelius Hendrik, 1957-; Van Heerden, Neels, 1957-(Africa Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport and Dance, 2003-10)
This paper aims to stimulate the development of a scientific body of knowledge for sport marketing in Africa. A review of current journals indicates that African academics are not devoting sufficient attention to the ...