PACING:

Various hand movements can cause acceleration of reading speed. We are about to introduce you to several hand movements that will accelerate your reading ability. Try each one and see which suits you best.

BASIC PACING:

The basic pacing movement utilizes the index finger of your dominant hand, i.e. right handed use right hand, to scan a line by running your finger under the type you are reading. Turn the page with the unused, non-dominant hand. Never move your head when reading, keep it still.

The process is simple. You'll replace all your bad habits with one easily learned one: You'll use your pacing hand. Here's how it breaks each of these habits automatically while it increases your reading speed.

You'll read without sub-vocalizing, hearing it your mind.

To understand this concept, you must understand that your nemesis "The Babbler" is reading to you in silent speech and then it goes into your brain. We did experiments in Hawaii, New Mexico, Florida, and elsewhere. It appears that those with the slowest speaking rates have naturally slow reading rates. With this method, your speaking rate will no longer limit your reading speed. You can read as fast as you can think. What I am saying is you can read as fast as your mind can work.

Here's the method to begin pacing across a line faster than you can form the sounds in your throat:

Extend your index finger, close all others.

DYNAMIC SPEED READING program will teach you how to develop these skills to enhance your reading ability and speed through practice and exercises. Soon, you could soon be reading twice as fast as you ever have and retaining valuable information to increase your comprehension and improve your grades.

Dr. Jay Polmar is the founder of www.speedread.org, a research organization that's developed speed reading courses for people worldwide and has taught over 100,000 students throughout the world.

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Author's Bio: 

Dr. Jay Polmar, the founder of www.speedread.org , taught classes in colleges and universities for 16 years.