vision

Mike Yardley’s positive shooting

Mike Yardley explains how he developed his successful Positive Shooting method and how you can put it into practice. Some 35 years ago, I decided I wanted to be a shooting instructor. I had already been shooting since I was

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Posted in Advice and tips, Features, Technical

Ben Cartwright addresses his vision

The eyes have it for Ben Cartwright as he gets the low down on his vision with a little help from Ed Lyons – after all, you can’t hit what you can’t see. I need a new pair of eyeballs!

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Posted in Features

Persistence of vision pt3: Focus on success

In this third and final instalment of his Persistence of Vision series, Ed Lyons looks at alternative methods to enhance our visual system

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Posted in Advice and tips, Coaching, Features

Are you seeing double?

Ed Lyons resolves a more unique version of double vision

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Posted in Advice and tips, Ask the Experts, Coaching

Persistence of Vision Pt 2: Visual Enhances

In this second installment of our three-part Persistence of Vision series, Ed Lyons looks at the options available should we wish to enhance our vision, whether we choose glasses, contact lenses, laser treatment or other forms of surgery

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Posted in Advice and tips, Coaching

Q&A: Optical options for astigmatism

Ophthalmologist, Ed Lyons, explains options for correcting your vision for shooters with a high astigmatism

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Posted in Advice and tips, Ask the Experts, Coaching

Vote for your favourite shooting ground and win £500 to better your vision

Win a consultation with leading sports vision optometrist Ed Lyons and a set of Oakley Radarlocks

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Posted in Features, News

Ask the Experts: April

Our panel of experts tackle your clay shooting queries from fear of failure to bifocal blues

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Posted in Ask the Experts, Coaching

More than meets the eye

Pet Easton has the visual and neurological difference between the sexes in her sights

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Posted in Features, Pet's world

Seeing Skeet

Q. I am a 40 year old right handed, right eye dominant shooter and I shoot with both eyes open. I mainly shoot Skeet and a little Sporting. This year I have been having difficulty with my high house left

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Posted in Ask the Experts, Skeet
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