Yes, many people don't "real eyes" their vision could be drastically improved through exercise, instead of corrective lenses.......of course exercise isn't exactly popular with anyone that doesn't want to improve, so there's a dilemma.
When I went through my physical fitness protocol in Phoenix I saw Pro Baseball players do this type of training routinely, especially the ambitious hitters.
as i recall people went to jail over the eye exercise scam-again works as good as a crystal in your pocket or Ginko Baloba- ahahahahaha
I remember many years ago, I received some pamphlets in the mail from an Actual Genuine Airline Pilot who developed a series of glasses that when worn in succession under his guidance of course, would get you 20/20 in no time.
As at one time, I had plans to become a pilot, I knew that I had to do 2 things, eyesight and penis enlargement.
Well, I still wear glasses.
This is exactly my point. Around 35 million people "participate" in billiards in the US yet there are about 26 million golfers in the US. The difference being, because someone participates in pool, doesn't make them a pool player. That doesn't mean they own a cue or a case or play in a tournament etc. Just means playing pool is one of the various things that they do every few months.
Golfers stick to the top 5-6 brands. Those brands do very well because not every swinging d*ck with a basement isn't making clubs. When the brands do well, they advertise with their sponsored players, their players do well... and so on and so forth. So of the 26,000,000 people who actually buy golf clubs, shoes, balls, tees, clothes... they all stick to the same 5-6 brands (for the most part)
No take a look at pool. How many people play pool more than just "date night" level? I would say close to 300,000 and maybe half of those actually take is somewhat serious or better... Now in pool, we also have about 5-6 main brands like Predator, Lucasi, OB, Mezz etc and dozens of less popular brands... and on top of that, hundreds of custom cue makers. Maybe thousands. So basically, our very much smaller market is so completely watered down that nobody really does well.
I don't expect some people to understand this...
Maybe that no major sporting goods companies are involved in making cues?
there is no exercise on this planet that will take ones eye sight from 20/20 to 20/10 ,, the best you can do is to get your eyes to see clearer when they are tired or out of focus , also you can train yourself to recognize say a fast ball from a curve ball but that's about it
The human eye requires proper circulation, exercise and maintenance and nutrition.
Proper exercise and nutrition is good for someone's health, a lot of people should try it sometime......and they don't
Drinking water is vital for good health, a lot of people should try it sometime.....and they don't (instead they drink sodas, tea, coffee and/or beer)
Cleanses are also helpful to regain health, a lot of people should try one sometime.....and they don't (the average american's live is more polluted than a river)
"should" is a funny word, because most of the time when people "should" do something they absolutely do not do it......is it laziness, foolishness, or are they simply masochistic? Maybe it's just lack of knowledge or some type of "wishful thinking".
Probably a combination - 'The Game is the Teacher'
People just don't """REAL EYES""" these things CJ...
He can't. He's as delusional as they come. Football is more than run throw and catch. Can a pool player throw a football 70% as far as Joe Flaco, possibly. Could they get 70% of Chris Johnson's 4.2 40 time? Yes, 7.1 40 time is almost walking. Could a pool player catch 70% of Joe flaco's passes in a game, not a prayer. Can a football player make 70% of hangers, I'd bet some can.
Actually, 70% of(30% less than) Chris Johnson's 40 yd time would be 6 seconds. I agree on the rest of your analogy, no doubt.
I was a standout nose guard in high school and could have started at Akron U or played scout team at Ohio State and had zero shot at the nfl, I chose to quit midway through high school and just partied. Football is so much tougher than cj thinks.
Dude, I think you are overestimating things. Even if you were a stand out Nose Tackle as a high school sophomore, you are a long way away from knowing if you have the potential to start on a college first team squad and a much longer way off from knowing if you can make the team of a Div I squad. There are so many levels that you haven't hit yet i.e. going from the JV team to the varsity team. Then, you have to be All County/State. Then, you need to see if you can make a Div III squad. Then, Div III may not be good enough for Div II or Div I. Anyone can think they had the potential, but you really dont know until you have actually gotten there. I know there are some here that know from experience. Alos, don't forget the physical limitations. You might have been a big kid in 10th grade, but I think you topped out at 5'8 or 5'9ish and medium framed.
All that said, I agree that CJ might see the world in unique ways.
*Edit-seeing CJ's post above makes me think that he might be smoking hemp too.
I have nothing against Hemp, it's legal here in Texas, and it does have incredible health benefits. The trouble is people confuse Hemp with Marijuana ...............................
............... 'The Game is the Teacher'
It's possible to get high off of Hemp too. More importantly...it..was..a..joke.
You could "roll one" the size of a telephone pole and not get high.....however, your eyesight would probably get better and any type of pain would vanish for awhile.....at least that's been my experience. 'The Game is the Teacher'
Dude, not for nothing but your constant use of stupid expressions like "real eyes" plus "The Game Is The Teacher", and the overall attempt to sound like the Confuscious or Buddha of the pool world makes you easily one of the more annoying posters on this forum. And that's kind of a shame because you actually could be a real asset to this place with all your knowledge and experience.
B <----------- just sayin'