Problem with a target?
It’s Sunday morning and I’m at NTB with Brian’s truck as he had a flat tire on his way to do his clinic this morning. So left him my car and brought his truck to get new tires. It’s been a busy morning already.
Gil has been in Florida all week teaching over there and comes home tonight while Brian and I have been holding down the fort here in Houston. The weather here has not been the best with a lot of rain and winter doesn’t want to go away and yesterday the winds were gusting to 25-30 mph. But everyone stayed and learned how to cope and even how to improve their shooting.
One of the easiest ways to improve your shooting is to do the 3-bullet drill. I’m always amazed when students are having a problem with a target and I ask if they are doing the 3-bullet drill and their answer is no. The students that are doing the 3-bullet drill are excelling like crazy. It’s a simple drill that you can do at home and costs you NOTHING but the results are incredible. You must be clear to the brain what the picture is that you want the brain to see before you pull the trigger. So before you call pull be sure to revisit the picture so the brain knows what you are asking it to do. It’s either to the right of the barrel or the left depending on where the target is coming from. This is not rocket science but it does require you doing the drill to see the picture.
Students are also really looking at the Knowledge Vault and using the search engine to find the information on things they are having trouble with. The Forums are also starting to be used to ask questions and get some answers.
Coaching Hour is this Tuesday so recording should be up by Thursday so listen in. Coaching Hour has so much information and once students realize that, they listen constantly. We have been doing the Coaching Hour since November 2001 so there is a lot of information there and if you don’t want to listen to them we have had them transcribed and they are available on the website in paperback.
Till next time! Keep improving your shooting and your consistency!Back to Blog