4 Factors that control GAZE CONTROL
(1) The # of visuomotor workspaces over which the gaze is controlled.
(2) The # and type of locations and objects that exist in the perceptual-motor workspaces.
(3) The location of critical cues and spotlight of attention.
(4) optimally timing the gaze, spotlight of attention, and motor behavior.
THE EYES AND BRAIN MUST BE ABLE TO WORK FAST AND ACCURATE TO BE ABLE TO LOCATE SPACES, OBJECTS, VISUAL CUES, AND COORDINATE THE BODY TO MAKE A SUCCESSFUL ATHLETIC MOVEMENT WITHIN AN ALLOTTED TIME. WE CAN TRAIN THE BODY BUT MUST MAKE SURE THE EYES/BRAIN ARE INCLUDED.