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Greater Commitment

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 14, 2019

In the end it takes a greater and greater commitment to train longer and at higher levels to achieve higher and higher successes.  Sooner than later that commitment is not met with the desire of shooters to put in the time which leads to looking for the short cut by trying to see or do what some other shooters are doing. News flash you can’t do what another shooter can do that has put in the effort and work to ach... Read more…

Skill Building in the Brain

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2019

There is a lot of shooting advice out there but few if any have studied skill building in the brain as much as we have. Focus is an evolving phenomenon from beginner to master class and the conundrum is that the better you get the LESS YOU MUST SEE TO PERFORM AT HIGHER AND HIGHER LEVELS! What the brain perceived as you become more skillful is an amazing evolution and something that we have been studying and docume... Read more…

Change Your Approach

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on April 30, 2019

To get a different result you gotta change your approach which requires the one thing that shooters will not do. Put in the time and work to build the skill the right way so they can depend on it. Almost without exception shooters will not really put in the work to build their skill level so their game can elevate to higher levels. There is so much miss information out there on this and shooters keep believing it ... Read more…

April - Frozen to Blustery!

Author: Vicki Ash
Posted on April 22, 2019

Gil and Brian got home from teaching the kids of SCTP in frozen butt Iowa and after my teaching the novice clinic and Easter coming up, we started a Coaching Hour on Wednesday but there was so much static after 15 minutes we decided no one could hear anything so we would do it on Thursday.  Everyone hung up but Dan Paxton and myself and the static was gone so Gil got back on the phone and told several people that... Read more…

No Magic Bullet

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on April 16, 2019

Don’t know why shooters think there is a magic bullet out there and the tournament winners know what it is and if they could just know or see what the pros see then they too could shoot like them.  I guess it fits their understanding of how you get better and it ain’t hard work it is finding the short cut and news flash their ain’t no short cut.  Holding on to the belief that trying to shoot without thinking or us... Read more…