Watching Kill Shot Reviews Leads to Better Scores
Shooters who are watching the Clay Kill Shot Reviews before they practice and/or shoot tournaments are shooting better and more consistent scores.
Vicki and Gil,
Well, you did it for me again.
First, I took some extra time on KSRs this week, using a trick that helps me get really wired in on them: I use my mouse to click the “pause” button on the video the second the picture looks stable and the shot seems right to me – like pulling the trigger. Then I click “play.”
If I’m seeing it the same way you did, you will take the shot as soon as the video starts back. Not only do I test my timing and my “movie” against yours, but it also gives me a snapshot of the picture.
Anyway, at practice the next day I was working on chandelles and late shots (the KSR shots I was concentrating on) and had one of my best sessions. You’re not surprised, are you?
Then, because I’m getting a little impatient and frustrated with my slow progress (why is Vicki chuckling?), I relistened to the February 2008 Coaching Hour where you talked about George Leonard’s book on Mastery. What a great message for those of us struggling to keep our focus on learning and our long-term goals.
It was a good attitude check-up and pep talk, Gil. I needed that.
Finally, I’m a year further along on the learning curve than I was when I listened to it before. And as usual with your lessons/books/DVDs and Coaching Hours, I got a whole ‘nother level of messages from it.
It’s like those infomercials when the announcer says, “But wait, there’s more!” Seems like there’s no end to the “more.”
I just wanted to say thanks for all you do for us.
This is not a rare instance. Check out the new “Dropping Shots” KSR today.