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Become Present with your Senses

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on August 7, 2018

The goal is through an awareness of your senses to become present with your senses before you close the gun and call pull. In practice by trial and error determine which senses you as an individual can count on when everything is on the line it could be seeing, feeling or visualizing anything but thinking mechanical swing thoughts. What do we mean by sensory awareness? We mean awareness related to the five senses:... Read more…

Smiling Relaxes Tension!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on July 31, 2018

Smiling relaxes tension in your jaw!!!  Smile and shoulders back and stand up posture releases DHEA into your system which is a good thing for performance.  The idea is simple and powerful. When you’re present to something you can feel, hear, visualize, smell, or taste, you disengage the language center of the brain and engage the other brainwave states that control motor movement.  If you are talking to yoursel... Read more…

Playing too close to the target ..

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on July 24, 2018

Playing too close to the target will make you really aware of how forgiving letting it come really is. With our system, crossers are dead easy, its quartering targets you need to master. Spend some time there. Big deep shots followed by slow or fast shallow. When shooting quartering shots the first move is away from the machine even when you see the arm flash begin moving the muzzle away from the machine especiall... Read more…

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…