20 June | News, Updates, Athletes
Focus, attention and coordination are essential for this elite figure skater.
20 June | News, Updates, Athletes, Social Media
Congratulations to Sean Collins!
02 May | General, News, Social Media
“We spend a lot of time working on our bodies, it’s equally important to have your mind operating on a high level." - Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons
18 March | News, Updates, Social Media
Congratulations to Dr. Stewart and Norwalk Eye Care for being recognized as one of the top 10 optometric practices in the country!
24 January | General, News, Updates, Social Media
Performance 20/20 is now available at Bobby Valentine's Sports Academy! More information at www.perform2020.com/bobbyv.
08 January | News, Research, Social Media
"New research from Duke Health suggests baseball scouts looking for a consistent, conscientious hitter may find clues not only in their performance on the field, but also in front of a computer screen."
24 December | General, News, Social Media
Happy holidays! As we celebrate the holidays and head into the new year, THANK YOU to our athletes, our team, and everyone who has been part of P2020. See faster, play faster.
06 December | General, News, Social Media
"As science continues to evolve, it opens up doors with new tools and technology that help strengthen an athlete’s visual processing system." Read the full article at flexxCOACH.
16 November | News, Updates, Social Media
Ben Eddolls demonstrates the 5 Color Reaction drill with the FitLights.
16 November | News, Social Media
Dr. Stewart and Performance 20/20 were recently featured in the November issue of Women in Optometry
08 November | General, News, Social Media
P2020 demo at the Wesco Sports Center open house at Stamford Twin Rinks.
12 July | General, News, Research, Social Media
"Athletes constantly rely on stereo vision to throw, shoot, and pass accurately. But while everyone knows athletes can train to get faster, gain muscle, or improve core strength, coaches have always chalked vision up to natural talent—until recently. As it turns out, people can actually inprove their stereoscopic vision with training, according to recently published research."