Thursday, September 27, 2007

What is the ideal training rhythm for eye exercises?

Think long term!

What is a training rhythm that you can maintain on the long term without major effort?

Here is what I think works best:
  • 2 sets of 100 repetitions for eye movement exercises

(For instance up/down - right/left - circleleft/circleright - etc)

This takes 5 to 10 minutes to complete and does not require a major time block. You can do that while waiting for your computer to log something or when you have a lunch break at the park or just when taking some fresh air in the evining in your garden.

In my experience setting up a routine to eprfrom these 5 minutes daily is relatively easy.

You need to focus and persevere for the first week and after that it becomes more automatic and requires less will power to keep on doing it.

Start with these 5 minutes once a day and be firm with this discipline.

We will see later if that rhythm needs to be stretched + other challenges you might face with this.