“The two things it is trying to train are ball handling and vision,”
“By restricting your vision and the amount of information you’re able to process it makes you focus on what the relevant cues are. The aim is to process things quicker and being able to handle with the same level of skill.”
“The players have enjoyed doing the sessions,”
“That’s a good indicator they see value in them. The older ones seem to like it a lot because they enjoy an extra challenge to skills they have been doing repetitively for a long time.”
Peter Berbakov, Sydney Swans High Performance Manager.
See the full Daily Telegraph article by Neil Cordy – http://bit.ly/2q01C2i
Picture was taken by Phil Hillyard