APPLIED VISION CRICKET

CRICKET BATTING &
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CRICKET BATTING TRAINING


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The Cricket Vision Training App

Increase your hard contact consistency and optimize your hitting approach by simulating a week's worth of at-bats in one session.

We all know if you can hit, you'll play. We also know that the #1 way to get better is to actually play the game. 

By using the Applied Vision Cricket Pitch Recognition App, you can increase the number of quality reps at game speed while working on your weaknesses as a hitter!

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Train against bowlers from all levels


Pro Level Bowlers

Face actual professional level Bowlers who've pitched at the affiliate to pro-level! Ever wondered if you could hit a leg-cutter or  

Swing Bowler? Train against one!

Youth Bowlers

This is great for youth level batters who want to develop their hand-eye coordination skills against players their own age.

University Bowlers

Are you about to make the leap to college-level cricket? Test your HAND-EYE coordination skills against bowlers who've competed at top-levels

Vision Challenges

Test your pitch recognition skills with our cricket vision challenges! 

Train in pitch type-specific bowling drills to help you identify and then strengthen your weaknesses as a batter.

How Our Training Works

The Science Behind  Our Cricket Batting Vision Training

Cricket Batting - Speed of Eye Dilation

A cricket batter's ability to recognize moving objects in three dimensions is the foundational skill held at a premium.

With good depth-perception, a batter is able to judge and anticipate the ball's "end of the pitch" location

The more efficiently the eyes work together, the better the result. 

Cricket Batting - Speed of Eye Dilation

How quickly the eyes dilate will affect the batter's hand-eye coordination abilities while judging the type of bowl thrown.

Cricket Batting - Visualization & Recall

Success rehearsal. The body does not know the body is not doing it.

A huge part of confidence comes from the batter being able to visualize the outcome they want.

Cricket Batting - Visual Tracking

Visual Tracking occurs when the batter's eyes lock on a specific point of focus as the bowler releases the ball.

Cricket Batting - Visual Reaction Time

The optic nerve delivers information from the retina to the brain.

The more efficient the optic-nerve functions, the better the performance of the batter.

CRICKET VISION BATTING Drills Library

Slide through dozens of hand-eye drills for batters against various bowlers, drills & sequence tests.


CHOOSE A BOWLER

Choose from dozens of various Bowlers at the youth, high school, college, and professional level.

New Bowlers are added each quarter with various scouting reports and breakdowns.

CHOOSE A PITCH RECOGNITION DRILL

Face different types of bowlers such as a Pace bowler, Swing Bowler, Bouncer, Inswinger, Reverse swing, Leg cutter, Off cutter, Outswinger, or a Yorker.

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Testimonials

See who's killin it with the AVC Pitch Recognition Training App.

Knowledge Base

Check out our blog archive of pitch recognition tips, tricks & strategies.

Contact

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