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Visual enhancement training for baseball players

10 February 1977


The purpose of this study was to determine if visual enhancement training is beneficial to a baseball player's hitting abilities. We found that the group of players who received the visual training sessions showed a statistically significant (p < .05) increase in their hitting abilities as compared to a group of players who did not receive the visual training sessions. This study shows that a generalized visual enhancement training program can help a baseball player improve his hitting abilities.


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