Eyesight - The Extra 1%


Chris notes an interesting piece in The Guardian, looking at the England Rugby coach's decision to employ a visual awareness expert. Very interesting idea.

This line caught my attention :

"Nothing," Calder pointed out, "can happen on a sports pitch until the eyes have done their work."

A great read.


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