It is time to expand your practice into the sports performance eyewear market. Many weekend road warriors have discovered the health and happiness benefits of running, biking, skating, hiking, skiing, rowing, golfing, and more. Whatever the sport, optimal vision, and protection for the athlete's eyes are paramount. And, like other gear, the athlete looks for performance-enhancing high-tech features that will elevate their performance. This course will show what the market is in sale purchases from the last four years and show what's the latest and greatest.

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