New evidence again confirms that the brain can achieve enhanced performance through visual exercises.
The more accurately the brain decodes the impressions of light that are received from the eyes, the smarter – or more functionally able, a person is.
Professor Jocelyn Faubert and postdoctoral student David Tinjust, researchers from the School of Optometry of the Université de Montréal have discovered how to train the brain of athletes to improve their overall athletic performance.
A dozen soccer, tennis and hockey players were put through multiple object-tracking exercises. These athletes ability to grasp a lot of information simultaneously and efficiently respond increased on average by 53 percent.
“It’s like physical training, but for the brain,” says Faubert.
Visual exercises can be simple, and even fun. For instance, in one of these exercises, subjects were asked to follow the increasingly rapid movements of a series of balls and identify those that quickly changed color.
The visual approach to better performance is gaining great popularity among athletes, from star goalie Kim St-Pierre to North American boxing champion Anthonin Décarie.
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Ninety per cent (90%) of the perception of vision occurs in a normal person’s brain as it decodes the perceptions of light received from the eyes. Purposefully adding visual memories that can be used by the brain during while it decodes visual information allows the individual to have improved information for decision making.
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