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Simple and Complex Repetitions

Skill is built through simple repetition in the beginning. As you become more skillful, the repetition becomes less simple and then more complex, as well as predicted prior to performing it.

Through this process, the brain begins to “chunk” the circuits together so they become one movement. The time it takes you to let this process evolve could be long or short, depending on the intensity and duration of the repetitions.

It seems that the time it takes and the simple repetitions involved in building skill keep people from ever becoming skillful at any one thing. This leads the human brain to constantly look for and justify shortcuts to proficiency.

Well, as professional shooting coaches for 30 years now, let us tell you there are no shortcuts in wing and (especially) clay shooting!