Tyson Pidsadowski

Visuomotor and Sports Vision Trainer

Tyson is a recent graduate from the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation where he focused on Sports Psychology, a field that he fell in love with during his time as a hockey goaltender. An avid golfer, kayaker, and hockey player, Tyson is passionate about helping athletes develop and refine their visuomotor skills so they can perform their best Tyson is also currently completing his Master’s of Counseling degree at the City University of Seattle.

Degree/ Certification

Bachelor of Arts in Sports, Recreation and Tourism (BARST)

Tyson Pidsadowski is an Expert in:

Estimating Distances

Being able to gauge how close or how far you or another player is can be critical to ensuring that a play is executed successfully. With sports vision training athletes can improve their distance estimation to accurately assess the speed and distance of a ball or player.

Depth Perception

With improved depth perception, players can make better judgements in space, such as how far an object or player is from you.

Visual Reaction Time

Reacting to visual stimuli is a part of any sport. Sports vision training can help athletes improve their visual reaction time and visualization.

Better Peripheral Vision Awareness

Honing your peripheral vision awareness can help athletes react and respond faster. Peripheral awareness can help players detect motion, avoid injuries and collisions, and monitor opponents efficiently.

Tracking / Movement Precision

Timing is essential when making a play, and improved tracking and movement precision will help athletes hone their ability to know when to swing the bat, make a shot, throw a ball, etc.

Hand-Eye Coordination

By improving visual ability to direct movement, athletes can improve their accuracy with batting, throwing, pitching, kicking, and more.

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