Virtual Learning Environment
Train in a safe environment in your home or weight room. Not just for pro or college athletes anymore.
- More Mental Repetitions
Increase mental recall for Athletes
- Zero Injury Environment
Reduce Repetition Fatigue
- Always Updating
New Content Added Monthly
What We Do
How to Watch: Press play and tip phone on its side. You can look around using the phone or use your finger. Video resolution is the small star in bottom right corner. If you have a headset press the headset button and lock in the video. (This video pauses at certain points which allows you time to evaluate the coverage)
Learn the Game: Built and designed by athletes and coaches who know the game. We want to provide the highest quality virtual learning experience possible. All you need to do is deliver it to your athletes.
What You Need: Just a mobile device and a headset that can be bought at target or online. They range from $9.99-$99.00 and can be used on most mobile smart phones.
Content: Currently we have almost 200 different plays in 7-on-7 format as well as formation identification videos. When membership opens you will have unlimited access to current and new content as it is added.
Teams Using VR
The most exciting time in sports training has ARRIVED!
What Coaches Are Saying….
“We’ve put it on the corner’s perspective when he looks at the quarterback. We’ve seen it on a one-on-one with a cornerback and wide receiver, and they can see where they might have needed an extra step. We’ve used it with safeties and linebackers as well, and a little bit with special teams.”
Dartmouth College football’s Director of Football Operations
“‘I was like, ‘Wow, if we could actually put quarterbacks in a virtual world so we’re not using extra practice reps, we’re not extending practice at all — we’re not messing with the 20-hour work week, we’re just creating a library of things for a QB to learn something, that’d help your backup QB who’s never gonna get as many reps as a starter and helps your starter get three reps on a play that he screwed up on and he can just watch the same thing over and over again and see everybody and feel like he’s there.”
Stanford Head Football Coach
“When you’re watching on film you have a birds-eye view from the sky. It’s hard to see if they’re leaning one way or the other. But with this, when you’re going through your cadence and start to go through your dummy count, you can see the safety start to creep up a little bit. That’s an indicator.”