Thought for the Day: Visualization First
You must have muzzle awareness before you can not have it.
You cannot visualize not seeing the gun! The brain cannot do anything if it can’t first visualize what it’s about to do.
The more vivid the preload (giving the brain a picture of what you’re about to ask it to do), the more consistent the action. And the more vivid the preload, the farther in front of the action the brain can anticipate.
And the farther out in front of what is happening the brain can anticipate, the easier and more consistent the results become!