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$4K CONTEST: Watch to WIN 100th Season Challenge

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Professional athletes train their brain and eyes daily to process information better and faster!  Ironically, it’s the STUDENT ATHLETE who benefits the most from vision training because these visual skills are 100% transferrable to the classroom, but very few student athletes get Sports Vision Training.  At 4Sight iCare we are interested in changing that by providing affordable Sports Vision Training in Plainfield, and tonight we are going to award a year’s worth of free vision training to one lucky NFL fan who earned all that just for watching football…

We’re giving away 1 full year of 30 minute Neurotracker training sessions: a value of over $4,000! To win you want to participate in our Watch to Win 100th Season Challenge below.

The rules are simple:

1) Watch the first night of the 100th season kicking off 2019 NFL Football pregame, game, and postgame on NBC tonight.

2) Count the number of times a coach, player, announcer, or guest uses a phrase referencing vision or any synonym for seeing.

3) Email us at staff@4SightiCare.com with the number of times you counted.

4) If your count is within 10 and the closest compared to all other entries to our official number – you WIN! Just await our follow up email with the details of how you can take advantage of the same vision training Matt Ryan says he started using year round the off-season before his MVP award-winning season. 52 sessions for 30 minutes each is the equivalent of 52 $78 Sports Vision Training sessions: a $4,056 VALUE!

Matt Ryan finds it helpful as do several other teams in the NFL and other sports…  

Be sure to submit your number no later than 6pm on Friday September 6th for your chance to win over $4K in prizes. Certain restrictions may apply, but this IS transferrable at the agreed time and day of the week so if you can’t make it you can send someone else in your stead. You know they say it all the time, but did you know how often the announcers reference vision during a broadcast?

Here’s what we’re looking for: phrases like…

…that running back sure SAW the hole well on that run…

…Trubisky/Rodgers has the ability to READ the field quickly and accurately, among one of the best QB’s in the league…

…that receiver really WATCHED the ball all the way into his hands…

…the CONCENTRATION used to haul that one in! Amazing…

…that coach SAW something on the field and made a change…

…he really READ the defense and chose the perfect play to audible into…

…the cornerback was TRACKING the quarterback’s EYES all the way and reacted…

…got to have good VISION to pull that off…

…now that he’s in his third season, the PROCESSING of the game has really SLOWED down for him…

…just LOOK at the way that linebacker flies around the field, he SEES something then instinctively attacks in an instant…

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