REV training enhances your sensory skills by removing milliseconds of visual information. Think of it like resistance training for your brain. As the REV lenses strobe, your brain is forced to work with less, making decisions and reacting in a hyper-efficient way.
*VQ modes shown are for REV Sport. REV Tactical VQ mode flicker frequencies will differ.
Training with the REVs are shown to improve 9 key skills among countless others. Click below to learn more about skills you can expect to grow if you train with the REVs.
(Click on a skill for more info)
Construct a mental image to recreate and object or event.
Precisely and accurately of time a response to a moving object.
Learn to direct and maintain attention on the primary task while faced with distractions.
Better perceive the relative distance of objects.
Reduce the time required to mentally process visual information and take action.
Maintain stability while making rapid eye movement to track or search for an object.
Improve detection of movement and monitoring of surroundings outside the primary line of sight.
Retrain or reinforce the tendency to prefer visual input from one eye to the other.
Find and maintain attention on rapidly moving targets.
Vision is the guiding sense for most human performance. Our visual system strengthens the “where” (location) and “when” (timing) of human performance. Of the 2.2 million nerve fibers leading from the eyes to the brain, nearly 10% go to non-sight areas, mostly effecting balance and stability. Decades of research has shown that (1) athletes “see” differently than non-athletes, (2) visual performance varies by sport and even by position, and (3) visual skills are trainable to influence sport performance.
No learning or new equipment required. Whatever drill or training you are currently doing, continue it with the REVs to further challenge and hone your senses. For drills and other training ideas ranging from general athleticism to specific sports, click below.Explore Training