281-346-0888  |  Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9a – 5p (CDT, UTC−06:00)

|        Follow us


Train with Prediction

Let’s say you’re approaching a shot under pressure. If you have trained it hundreds of times with prediction and execution of the prediction, it becomes easy to trust it.

Hello! This is what practice is for!

This is why I said in another post that you are not practicing the correct way of building long-term memory.

Most shooters never take their practice game to higher levels. Therefore, they are not building long-term memory they can trust. So they begin to hope and they try to think their way through the sequence. The brain doesn’t recognize the sequence and cannot perform the task, even though it intellectually understands what you are asking it to do. This is where the frustration comes from.