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Short-term memory confusing the brain ......

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on July 17, 2018

If you are thinking you are in your short-term memory and confusing the brain.  The more chunking of the circuits you can do allows for you to shoot without thinking. This also allows for the brain to know exactly what circuit you are asking for it to use to hit the targets.  The objective is for the brain in practice to after the sequence of the shot begins to say.....Ah I’ve been here before and be able to ta... Read more…

Growth Mind Set

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on July 10, 2018

Shooters with a growth mind set don’t care about failing and actually look forward to learning from all their failures and always look forward to training and getting better.  The person with a growth mindset will never worry about being seen as good or smart nor will they ever worry about failing in front of others because of their mantra is learn, learn, learn.  The will always be eager to take the task that pu... Read more…

Clear Mental Representation

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on July 3, 2018

Shooters who don’t have a clear Mental Representation (MR) of the shot at hand could flinch, slash the muzzle, stop the swing and loose focus for any number of other reasons!  A foot ball game is just a confusing jumble of people running in rambling directions if you don’t understand the game but when you understand the strategy of the game what goes on down there on the field makes sense. The better and clearer t... Read more…

Listen to Playing the Game!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on July 2, 2018

If you have not listened to June coaching hour pod cast do so and implement the new practice procedure called “Playing The Game”!  Shooters who are using this practice technique are shooting incredible scores and are saying to us that forcing the brain to implement a more detailed visual preload is making it easier to run stations and shoot consistently higher scores with LESS PRACTICE.    We will be doing a... Read more…

Attitude Plays a Big Role!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on June 26, 2018

Attitude plays a big roll in performances and practice.  We see shooters that are practicing just trying to break the target.  Closing the gun and chasing the target and trying to fix it at the end does not build desirable long term memory the reality is that it does build Chaos and keeps you in your short-term memory. When the broken target is a result of a detailed preload and happens just like the preload you... Read more…