As technologies continue to advance, athletes continue to seek new ways to step up their performance and compete on the next level. There are many different technologies that are now available to help athletes train and monitor their performance in real time and the data collected is invaluable to coaches who can then analyze and help improve performance. One of these technologies is known as virtual reality (VR). Why Virtual Reality? When people think of virtual reality, often the first thing that comes to mind is the video game experience. Of course, it is much more than that. Virtual reality can be simply referred to as a simulated three-dimensional environment that one can interact with.