I am doing long walk of several hours to improve my eye sight and it is really working well. However, I remember seeing this talk 1 year ago or so which is on youtube which is about myopia reversal.
From the 18m00 timestamp and following, ( https://youtu.be/x5Efg42-Qn0?t=1080 ) Mister Becker puts a big emphasis on “Print Pushing”, which is using active focus on books (or computer) when you are in the “edge of blur” distance. He’s saying that it will improve your myopia and that you should read books 2-4 hours a day like that to improve.
What do you think of this method? To be honest, I am a little bit hesitant to read books because I spent long hours on a stroll outside to improve my eyesight and it works but if I introduce 4 hours of book reading, it’s closeup work and so even if you do active focus, I fear that it won’t work as well than just outside walking or that it will slow my progress because of closeup.
What are your thoughts? I try to think about it but I seem to have contradicting information. Because he doesn’t say that you could do that to prevent myopia progression but that it’s actually his main Technic (print pushing) to reverse myopia, while Jake Steiner’s advice mainly is going outside and use active focus to clear up the blur outside at the distance.