After nearly a decade of the same Golds Gym chiropractic routine for a low back condition, this author was banned out of the blue by the manager on his June renewal date. A ban letter cited Golds Gym sole discretion to withhold the reason. The customer service line said hygiene and Golds Gym bans were irreversible, so for exercise walking replaced driving. More exposure to extreme distances improved distance vision, especially when walking without R:-4.0,L:-4.5 contact lenses. The chiro saw it as discrimination, so his clean office inside the smelly gym was still accessible and the waiting room's view of the gym got used for near-far focusing exercises. Eyes tested R:-2.25,L:-2.25 by the time an incident with the manager caused the chiro office to leave. Days before R:-1.75,L:-1.75, ShowerYourNastySelf, who was ID'd as the Golds Gym manager and later fired, posted on FairfaxUnderground.com's Annandale section.
The book cover gray shirt claimed as a dirty white shirt, sweatpants claimed as covered in stinky ground dirt. No restaurant had a problem with those clothes, and sweatpants in 80-90 degree June was a fudged complaint since chiro electrical stimulation required being in shorts. 25 months after the ban, the reason was finally known. A few months later, eyes tested R:-1.25,L:-1.25. A fake 5 star Golds Gym review got outed. The drivers license vision restriction got removed at a DMV branch office: https://i.imgur.com/fhHWo4L.jpg The vision story spread. Golds Gym rejected an independent arbitrator to rule on the ban after evidence sent via mediation. If enough is raised to cover court costs, Golds Gym will get sued despite the legal formidability of their sole discretion clause. Another reason for the book is if the court questions the vision improvement story. The book is also for both eyecare professionals and you. It has monthly eye exam results for two years after the ban, plus: The month and a half improvement from R:-4.0.L:-4.5 to R:-3.0,L:-3.0 from watching football on TV eight feet way relaxed without contact lenses, looking into unobstructed extreme distances, viewing cars from an overpass, sitting in middle back seats of cars to look through the front windshield, alternating near-far glancing in long food store aisles and mall corridors, avoiding close up work whenever possible, eye palming, no squinting or trying to make out stuff, and doing away with corrective lenses except for night driving. The ten month grind down from R:-3.0,L:-3.0 to R:-2.25,L:-2.25 that added using a Tibetan eyechart, walking in centers of long straight low traffic side streets, using bus stops, viewing lit up store signs at night across a parking lot, watching outdoor soccer games behind and above the goalie box, dribbling a soccer ball at night, sitting in right front passenger seats, utilizing the effect of cars swooshing by from the side and from underneath, placing a laptop in front of a window away enough for print to be blurry, pull on eyes from finished jigsaw puzzles, using +.5 plus lens reading glasses for close up work, sitting in middle back seats of buses, watching TV from farther away, using a walkway over highway traffic, and walking on a wide median. The eight month grind down from R:-2.25,L:-2.25 to R:-1.75,R:-1.75 that added tossing cornhole beanbags, using an Air and Space Museum control tower, using long store aisles of Home Depot, cycling through +1.0 and +1.5 plus lens reading glasses, and plus lens reading glasses on for a half-second to get prickly buzz sensations on eyes just right. The four month grind down from R:-1.75,L:-1.75 to R:-1.25,L:-1.25 that added a wooded park trail, tossing cornhole beanbags in the dark, using two long sticks as chopsticks to try to pick up stuff, viewing powerline stations in the distance, and cycling through plus lens reading glasses up to +28. Try these things done to improve vision before buying this book. Most importantly, stay safe.