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Make Progress or Make Excuses!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on February 18, 2020

One of the reasons you can’t learn from any book or coach is that you must see how these emotions and circumstances manifest themselves in you. It is not the end or recognizing the problem that you need to know to avoid the problem. It is the beginning of the real break down that you must become aware of and how it gets in with you. It will be different for everyone so you must experience it for yourself several t... Read more…

Gun Fits Don't Correct Sight Picture

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on February 11, 2020

You hear a lot about gun fit and follow through and while they are important here is where we have come to after thousands of shooters and 55,000 hours each over 26 years as professional coaches. If the sight picture is correct and the muzzle speed is the same as the targets speed and the gun mount is a little off you have a better than average chance to hit the bird. Conversely, if the sight picture is WRONG, no ... Read more…


Author: Gil Ash
Posted on February 4, 2020

Homeostasis..... the body eventually turns back into it self learning is about fulfilling your innate potential requires challenging homeostasis and taking control of your destiny.   What does the shot look like at every moment   Mental Representation's allow for the access of huge bits of data in an instant. Experts have higher quality and greater quantity of MR's!   Baseball hitters have stored huge amoun... Read more…

Give the Task Your Full Attention

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on January 28, 2020

Must give the task your full attention.   You must push yourself past your comfort zone.   Finding the barrier is critical for improving. You must isolate what keeps you from getting better.   Coming at a barrier from a different direction is the key to getting past it. This is where an experienced coach can pay big dividends. Someone who has helped thousands isolate and over come different barriers from diff... Read more…

The Brain Sees Skill as a Pattern

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on January 21, 2020

The brain sees skill as a pattern. A series of skills that have been repeated enough times so that they happen without thought. It is at this point that this skill moves to long-term memory to free up more short term memory. When this skill is performed enough time in long-term memory with other skills a pattern developed which allows for your brain to anticipate ahead of what you are doing. This is how you perfor... Read more…