How can you become the next Vezina Trophy winner
(Best Goaltender in the league)?

If you're not seeing it, nothing else matters!
Sports Vision Training is not an eye exam and has little to do with improving the clarity of an athlete’s vision (visual acuity) and everything to do with improving their visual performance (specific visual skills used during competition).

Braden Holtby, an NHL star goaltender who played for the Washington Capitals, incorporated Sports Vision training into his routine. Sports Vision training allows athletes to grow their abilities to perform better on- and off-the-field.

When it comes to the kind of position-specific training that separates the top goaltenders in the world from the rest, the focus is often on off-ice conditioning for the body and on-ice technique with a goaltending coach.​

 But an overlooked element (or focus, if you’ll pardon the pun), is given to training the eyes of young goaltenders. If you ask Washington Capitals No.1 and Vezina Trophy favorite Braden Holtby, it should be.​

Athletes all across the country are turning to sports vision training to gain a competitive edge over their opposition.​​

With sports vision training, any athlete can develop into an elite player by improving the essential visual skills needed to make split-second decisions.​​

Carter Hart

“It's something you can always keep improving, your tracking and your vision, for me, that's something that I really prioritize in my game, so any edge you can find to improve that part of your game, I find and work on those.“ 

Chelsea Laden

"Vision training was a big piece of getting my game ready for the college and pro level."

Charles Lindgren

"Vision is crucial as a goalie, and I saw huge improvements in my reactions and hand-eye coordination after Sport Vision Training."


Nearly 80% of perceptual input is visual. Sports Vision training improves the speed and accuracy of eye tracking abilities and is designed to improve processing speed to help athletes scan, track, and react quickly.

But what about the rest of us?
How do young goalies learn to train their eyes?​

Hello, I'm Ken Bizup, the Athletes Mental Trainer. A sought after professional Mental Toughness coach, and Neurosensory Sports Vision specialist. I'm the founder and director of Neuro-Performance Health and Fitness,
the leading sport vision training facility​ located in Cherry Hill, NJ.

We work with athletes of all levels. If you're an athlete or parent of an athlete who is looking to gain a serious edge over your competition by improving your ability to
See Faster | React Faster | Play Faster that’s exactly what we train you to do with our Athlete EYE Q sport vision program.

Sports Vision training is the new frontier in elite level performance.


Sports Vision Training isn’t about correcting your vision.
You wear glasses or contacts for that. Vision Training is about training (or retraining) the brain to achieve maximum efficiency
in the way it processes and responds to visual inputs. Sports Vision is about training people to process and respond to what they see faster and better.

Visual Processing Is How Sport Is Played


Here's How The Process Works


ASSESS - The first step involves testing the eyes to see how well they perform -- During the assessment process, we use a state-of-the-art sensory system designed by NIKE research labs to evaluate athletes on 10 visual and sensorimotor skills. In less than 30 minutes, Ken and his team can determine an individual’s strengths and discover opportunities to improve sensory performance. Based on the results, goalies can start to train away deficiencies.
ANALYSE - Once we are done assessing the athlete, we review the performance of every test with the athlete. Each of the 10 dynamic vision skills assessment results are plotted in a radar chart, your sport and position is compared to the current level you are at or the level you are striving to reach. Each report provides strengths and opportunities to improve. Two evaluations can be overlapped to see areas of improvement between two points in time, such as a baseline assessment and six-month mark of an individualized training regimen.
TRAIN -  After the assessment, the Senaptec Sensory Station automatically creates a training plan by selecting from up to 15 fundamental key skills for human performance. As your skills improve, the training modules adjust automatically to remain challenging and promote continuous improvement. 
You are training your brain to see the playing surface at faster and faster rates.

We can measure a person's processing speed or whether or not they are seeing a specific quadrant, it really is like weight training for the eyes and brain.

No wonder more and more goalies are doing it.

How Do You Measure Up To The Pros?

The data analytics includes comparative datasets from youth to professional sports in a wide range of sports and positions.
If you are a High School level players wanting to play D1, you can quickly see where you are in comparison, and what areas you need to work on.
An invaluable tool for the serious athlete.
This technology is exclusive to The Athletes Mental Trainer™ the only provider of Sports Vision Programs in the Tri-State area.

Due to the success of our Athletes EYE Q Sports Vision Training program there are limited opportunities to join in on the success. 

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