Since the beginning of competitive athletics, people have gone to great lengths to enhance their performance. From using “stimulants” like brandy, wine, or hallucinogenic mushrooms in ancient Greece to weight management and muscle gaining supplements to oxygen doping, athletes have come up with some insanely creative ways to gain an edge on their competition. However, few consider the impact that improved eye health can have on their performance, and even fewer realize there are once daily supplements you can take to get these performance improvements. Continue reading How Eye Health Supplements Can Enhance Game-Time Performance
We’re beyond excited to announce that we have partnered with 3-time Major winner and 2020 European Ryder Cup Captain Pádraig Harrington. What’s even more exciting is the difference Harrington has noticed since taking Vizual Edge Pro™. Continue reading Three-time major winner and 2020 European Ryder Cup Captain Pádraig Harrington Joins EyePromise®
Dietitians make it their life to understand the ins and outs of nutrition. They’re board-certified experts in food and nutrition, and they fully understand the science of food, nutrition, and their impact on health. Most, if not all, professional and big league collegiate athletic associations have some form of a dietitian working with their teams to improve overall health and performance. David Yeager spoke specifically about the importance of nutrition and eye health for performance.
“Among the various aspects of athletic performance, eye health rarely gets much attention.”
Unfortunately, there is no magic pill that automatically improves your visual performance after taking it once. When taking vitamins, it takes time for the nutrients to accumulate before seeing results. However, if you’re willing to make that commitment, here’s an estimated timeline of what improvements you can look for when taking EyePromise® Vizual Edge™ Chewable, Vizual Edge Pro™, or Screen Shield™ Pro and when you might see them.
Last year, we reached out to a local ESPN affiliate radio station in St. Louis. Two of their hosts, Dan McLaughlin and Brad Thompson, don’t like to recommend products that they don’t know much about. They decided to try one of our newest products: EyePromise® Screen Shield™ Pro. We recently caught up with them and asked them what they think thus far and what they would say to someone who wants to try it. Continue reading ESPN Radio Hosts Try EyePromise®
Over the past 3-4 years, the popularity of esports and gaming, in general, has grown exponentially, and the recent pandemic has only greased the wheels for this growth. Social distancing and quarantining have created a gap in our social structure, and gaming is not only a great way of connecting remotely, it’s a great distraction from all the chaos. Continue reading COVID Outbreak Increases Gaming
If you’re an avid sports fan and from the St. Louis area, you’ve likely heard the voice of Danny Mac, also known as Dan McLaughlin. He is the play-by-play voice of the St. Louis Cardinals, and he has a podcast on ESPN Radio called Scoops with Danny Mac. On his show, he talks about baseball, football, hockey, and everything sports.
Recently, EyePromise® co-founder and Chief Science Officer Dr. Dennis Gierhart had the pleasure of joining Danny Mac on his podcast to talk sports performance and eye health. Listen now! Continue reading EyePromise Goes Live On ESPN
As an athlete, there are many different training options for improving your game. From agility to weight training, there are different aspects of performance that can be worked on. One that is not often thought about – your eyes. Yes, you can actually improve your visual performance which translates into better performance on the course, field, court, etc. Here’s how. Continue reading Improved Vision = Improved Performance
We love to hear how our products help people continue to do the things they love, and we know you love hearing from real people how our products work. We designed EyePromise® Screen Shield™ Pro to help those who experience digital eye strain. Here’s what some of our Twitter followers have to say about it. Continue reading Twitter Talk: Screen Shield Pro
The coronavirus outbreak has affected many different aspects of life. One of the most heavily affected areas is sports. From long breaks during the height of the pandemic to playing in empty stadiums, sports have had to adapt and maintain the latest COVID regulations and then some. While many would consider esports relatively unaffected by these new regulations, it’s still taken a toll on the experience for the players involved. However, that didn’t stop the 11 teams from competing in the new Call of Duty League. Continue reading Who Won the 2020 Call of Duty League Championship?