The method employed by ReAd 21 aims to teach the block-reading technique so you can read any document faster as you process entire paragraphs instead of words.
The exercises alternate to ease concept retention. The first evaluates your reading speed by number of words read per minute and classifies it into five levels (1 being the lowest and 6 the highest).
The second exercise deals with retention and the ability to remember phrases related to a given text. The rest are visual exercises to introduce you to block reading.
Program objectives include developing your peripheral vision, exercising your optic muscles to strengthen your sight, and improving concentration.