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    Cam Ward: Cam Ward hopes strobe glasses help him train

    Cam Ward - G - CAR - Sep. 5 - 10:15 am et

    Some of the Carolina Hurricane players, including Cam Ward, have started to wear Nike strobe glasses during on-ice workouts to see if it will improve their vision.
    The Hurricanes wouldn't be wearing the glasses during actual games, but they are hoping to benefit from training while wearing them. They are the first NHL team to experiment with these glasses, but they have also been used by Duke men's basketball team. "Ideally, this is a training tool, the same as an athlete running with weights on their ankles and taking them off and feeling faster," Duke's Stephen Mitroff said. "It's the same concept, except with vision and attention. You can train with the glasses to better process motion and subtle motion cues, to take in a little more information in a quicker glance at the world. It has been reported to me that it's like the world slows down and the athlete is able to process things better." Ward is practicing stopping pucks with the glasses on in the hopes that it will be easier to see the puck when he's not wearing them. It remains to be seen if the Hurricanes' experiment will prove to be a success. Sep. 5 - 10:15 am et
    Source: Raleigh News & Observer

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