of Vision Training, a great person, teacher, father, he was a master of his
craft when people were afraid to delve into vision in baseball over 45 years
ago, the years of the Kansas City Baseball Academy, Dr. Bill Harrison who
recently passed away on May 4th after a long battle with cancer, that was a
sad day for all of us and he was a fighter. He will never be forgotten and
his Son Ryan Harrison who has been with him for so many years will keep up
his legacy, Ryan will be on the show.Ryan Harrison, has a degree in Exercise Physiology from University of
California at Davis. Ryan has worked with Dr. Harrison on improving
athlete’s visual performance on the field since 1999. Through the years he
has worked hundreds of baseball stars including position players,; Carlos
Beltran, Mike Sweeney, Sean Casey, Jose Guillen, Jonny Gomes, Adam Dunn,
Angel Pagan, Giancarlo Stanton and Hunter Pence in the 2000’s, and Rajai
Davis, Hunter Pence, Joe Panik, Matt Duffy, Conor Gillaspie, Ryan Goins,
Kevin Pillar and Trevor Brown in recent years. He currently working 2012,
2010 and 2014 World Champions San Francisco Giants. He previously has
worked with the Toronto Blue Jays 2011-2015 and Philadelphia Phillies
2009-2012 as well as 9 other Professional Baseball Organizations over the
last 14 years. Collegiately he has worked with the 2016 NCAA Champions
Coastal Carolina, the 2012 NCAA Champions Arizona Wildcats, the 2013 NCAA
Champions UCLA Bruins, as well as Oregon State, Wichita State, Kentucky, and
Long Beach State. Ryan has worked with many Collegiate Softball programs,
individual athletes in various sports such as MMA, Motocross, NHL, NFL, WTA,
AVP, PGA. Following his work with top professional and amateur athletes,
he conceived the idea of training necessary performance skills with digital
technology. The STGD Athlete APP and SportsEyesite(tm) software is a result
of his goal to develop training products so that everyone could benefit at a
fraction of the cost of having this training and without the need to go to a
Ryan Harrison of Slow the Game Down continues the most important discussion
the importance of vision training in baseball. Ryan has been on the show
before but this topic is way too important to just discuss it a couple
times. Ryan has been training athletes at all levels in all sports for over
20 years, Olympic athletes, in Baseball he works with some of the top
colleges and teams in the major leagues. Him and his dad were featured on a
great episode of MLB Network, he is an ISG Baseball instructor and travels
the world working with coaches, we thank him so much for it, one of the best
in the business,
Web Site: www.slowthegamedown.com <http://www.slowthegamedown.co
A fund for your father in his name for sports vision.
Learned a lot from your dad all these years, give us a couple things that
has impacted you as a teacher, husband and coach.
Last episode has Perry Husband about Effective velocity in pitching and
hitting, simply amazing things but as I have said on twitter many times, not
sure how you can get better as a hitter, fielder, pitcher, catcher, runner,
without getting better in vision?
Slow the game down, what does that mean, look like, and where do you begin
to train for it?.
Has to be part of your practice routine/station, how?
Evaluate Train and Teach, explain it.
What is visual focus?
What technology can be used to train vision in baseball?
What is NDV Performance?
Training under fatigue.
Importance of safety lenses.
Training the muscles in the eyes.
Fine focus vs Hard focus.
Variables in vision training.
How the eyes track.
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