Having good vision is an important skill. But it doesn’t apply to just what your eyes see. It also plays a role in what your mind can visualize. Coach Ken Eriksen believes that the best vision and awareness occurs when players close their eyes and envision the ideal play. Once they can see it in their mind, the next step is to put it into practice on the field.
Coach Eriksen encourages his players to use a combination of psycho, cybernetic, mental, and vision training. By applying these concepts, players are often able to imagine a playing scenario, then make it happen in real life. The secret is making sure the mind is comfortable with what the eyes see. Watch the video to hear more about this intriguing topic.