I worked with the All Blacks in 2000… I used to manually do this training… then I realised I needed to develop something I can leave with them…— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
EyeGym is now open to everyone and anyone.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
Winning the British Open with Ernie Els; that really turned his career around… his putting was so bad!— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
Dr Sherylle Calder is probably the most successful person in sport.
Well, consider this…
She helped both the Springboks and the English rugby sides win World Cups.
She helped the All Blacks and the Australian cricket team to victory.
There’s also the South African hockey and Davis Cup tennis teams, England’s 2012 elite athletes, the national cricket teams of Kenya, Canada and Netherlands, the Prada Yachting team, an Australian AFL side, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, the French First division club AS Monaco and one of the England county cricket sides.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
Your eyes – and your brain – can be trained, impacting motor response and decision making.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
We work in milliseconds.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
I had a yearning to play hockey for South Africa.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
I did my PhD under Tim Noakes at UCT.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
People think you’re crazy if you do something that other people haven’t done before.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
Some people tried to get their hands on it… that gave me a bit of a wakeup call.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
We have guys like Michael Jordaan involved.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
We’re doing some interesting work at the moment with the Miami Dolphins.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
Using mobile phones has destroyed some of the skills which we think are effective in being productive in business.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
EyeGym teaches you to concentrate better.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
EyeGym requires you to do 10 minutes per session; three to four times per week.— Dr Sherylle Calder, EyeGym
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