Jan 16, 2020
Today we get the chance to spend time with Alan Muckle and find out more about the importance of your eyes in sport.
It sounds so obvious
Yet the eyes are such an overlooked area yet a simple opportunity to improve
As Alan says 80% of input into your brain is through the eyes.
The quality of your output will to a large degree be influenced by this input
The best athletes in the world use their eyes in ways that are very different than the rest
We look into some really interesting areas and topics of discussion
The importance of eye dominance
Finding out how you can better utilise eye dominance could have a major impact on your performance
‘Smooth Persuits’’ how you need to be able to control the way your eyes look at the target especially on the greens
How the way you use your eyes affects your state of mind and in turn the way you think about your game
What you can do about training your eyes
What the future COULD look like
After studying Exercise and Health at Bristol University Alan then qualified in Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation. Further courses attended include Advanced Soft Tissue Techniques in Muscle Energy, Neuromuscular and Positional Release Techniques. Anatomy Trains Myofacial Release, Core Facial Release, Manual Therapy for Orthopaedic Conditions, Articulations and Mobilisations, Proproceptive Medicine, Neurological Testing.
Alan has been involved in sport for over 30 years and is an ex Royal Marine Commando Physical Training Instructor. His knowledge of sports is extensive, holding National Coaching/Refereeing qualifications in Rugby Union, Swimming, Boxing, Olympic Power Lifting, Weight Training and Judo.
Alan has worked at International level with Olympic Athletes, Professional Golfers, Rugby players, Footballers, Cricketers, Horse Riders, Triathletes, Formula 1, World Champion Rally Drivers
To find out more about Alan go to www.alanmuckle.co.uk
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