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Dr. Reynolds First Speaker in Na Alii Sports Series 2013

April 24, 2013, 6:47 AM HST
* Updated April 24, 6:49 AM
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King Kekaulike High School. File photo Rodney S. Yap.

King Kekaulike High School. File photo Rodney S. Yap.

By Rodney S. Yap

The King Kekaulike High School athletic department is inviting the public to attend its Na Alii Sports Series 2013.

According to a press release by Athletic Director P.K. Higa, by attending these presentations you can dramatically increase the opportunities for Maui’s student-athletes and their future athletic goals.

“We seek to create awareness and educate our Maui coaches and parents on new concepts, and to have excellent speakers talking about how to improve performance, decrease injuries, and gain a deeper understanding of the importance of training and strength and conditioning,” said Higa.

Kekaulike’s first event is “See Better, Live Better, Play Better,” slated for Thursday, April 25, at the King Kekaulike Cafeteria, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free.


The presenter is Dr. Ronald Reynolds from Mililani Vision Source. He is a renowned speaker and highly regarded in his field of sports vision training. He has been practicing since 1974 and is a Credentialed Panel Doctor with the Laser Eye Center of Hawaii since 1997. He is an Adjunct Clinical Professor with the Pacific University School of Optometry and a Medical Staff Vision Consultant with the University of Hawaii Athletics department, training many UH and Hawaii professional athletes and teams alike.


Dr. Reynolds also serves as a Major League Baseball scout and prospective scout evaluator.

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