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Fellow shooters, I would like your opinions on Phil's eye training dvd. I have not had the chance to see it yet and would be interested in what your thoughts are on it. Thanks, and hope you all had a Merry Christmas and will have a 100 straight New Year.

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Here is a link to a you tube clip

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwmjGK0DmZc

What the demo clip does not show well is that each separate exercise uses all the different backgrounds and also how things speed up as it progresses.

If you have specific questions go to www.philkiner.com and send me an email from there. PK
 

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Easier click on the link.

That's a great eye exercise video Phil! Watching the leading edge of that moving ball is sorta tough and good practice!!

When I took the eye tests for my drivers license, they also tested for peripheral vision skills and that's a good test too.

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Alf--There is no medical advice contained in this video.

It was produced using proven techniques to improve your ability to locate and lock on a moving object quickly.
 

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Geeez, this time of year my feet are always blue. Which DVD will take care of that Barry?....breakemall....Bob Dodd
 

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Hi Phil.

I just had my eyes tested and they were good, 20 15. Usually after 2 years I need a slight change, maybe following that crazy ball around has added values.

Terry.
 

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Hi Barry.

You shot pretty good in Florida, Congratulations! I heard they were tough targets but it is January. Are you going back for the Southern Grand?

Terry.
 

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An excellent eye muscle- building-video. A suggestion for anyone using Phil's eye training video---Don't watch this video on a flat screen larger than 37 inches, unless you can get away from the tv 10 to 15 feet. I purchased this video from Phil back in September, and have used it quite often on a 37 inch flat screen TV. Even today, my eyes still get tired after the second same day session.
 

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If you watch on something from 19" up to 32" 3-4-5 feet is a good distance but, as the screen gets bigger you need to increase the distance proportionately-pk
 
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