Do THIS drill today (especially) if you wear glasses or sunglasses

May is Healthy Vision Month.  And on this last day of May, I want to encourage you to use simple movement to make your eyes healthier!

Did you know that if you don’t move your eyes enough, it can make you slower and weaker, see worse, and experience more pain?

It’s crazy, but true.

It’s something that happens a lot when people wear glasses, sunglasses, and even shooting glasses.  It also happens when we spend too much time looking at screens and monitors.

Here’s how it works and how you can overcome this limitation and feel better in the process.

Using this little hack is like getting free energy and free strength gains.

Ignoring it is like driving down the road with the parking brake on.

You may still get to where you want to go, but it’ll take longer, take more effort, and you’ll have more wear & tear along the way.

There are several things like this that people unknowingly do with their vision that act as a dragging parking brake on not only their ability to shoot quickly and accurately, but also on their ability to move quickly, smoothly, and powerfully through life.

Who should do the drills?

The cost is SOOOO low and the benefits can be so high that I’d say everyone.

I want to encourage you today to find out and take the parking brake off of your shooting…and life…and see how you can get better performance in less time and with less effort.

I’ve got 2 core vision training courses.  The first is See Quicker Shoot Quicker.  It focuses on static vision, improving peripheral awareness and vision, improving vision speed, and more.  Check it out by clicking >HERE< now.

Second is Automatic Aiming.  It goes way beyond any other vision training for shooters and looks at improving DYNAMIC vision, vision at all angles, and the super-important connection between vision, balance, and body awareness.  Check it out by clicking >HERE< now.

Trust me, you’ll be amazed at the changes you see.

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