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There is great benefit in shooting one single ...

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on January 22, 2019

There is great benefit in shooting one single crossing or quartering target over and over and over with a preload the exact same way and then random targets the exact same way changing only the timing of the mount and move with a preload. With each shot you are being clearer to the brain what the circuit should look and feel like until the brain recognizes the circuit in the preload as you watch the show pair.  R... Read more…

Top shooters not only know what is will look ...

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on January 15, 2019

Top shooters not only know what is will look when they pull the trigger on each shot in the pair but also can vivid imagine how the shot will come together and they will not only break the pair but break it their way.  This allows for consistent repetition and higher and higher scores with less and less thinking. Read more…

Shot recognition as movies allows ...

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on January 8, 2019

Shot recognition as movies allows for the shooter to recognize shots as movies where all parts have a place and are easily to recall and it becomes automatic. This is where patience and higher-level practice rapidly builds the library, which allows for not thinking even in the shot-analyzing phase. This allows for the brain to ignore more and more and yet perform at higher and higher levels.  Read more…

Knowledge verses Skill.

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on January 1, 2019

Knowledge verses Skill.  “It is not what you know that makes you better it is what you are willing to learn”...Vicki Ash.  Knowledge is the presents of facts and skill is knowing how and when to use them and you can't think your way to skill you must act your way.   You in practice must fire the circuit without thinking...... analyze... make a change... fire it again.... make a change ... fire it again... fail..... Read more…

Please don’t go to a shooter for coaching.

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on December 25, 2018

Please don’t go to a shooter for coaching.  Go to an experienced coach that has had years and years of practicing coaching not shooting! Read more…