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Get Better Faster!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on October 9, 2018

IF you want to get better faster then watch the Clay Kill Shot Reviews before you go to practice or before you go to the tournament.  You cant watch them too much and when watching them DON’T LOOK AT THE READ DOT OR THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE DOT AND THE TARGET!  Be acutely aware of how fast the target comes into the frame and how quickly it slows down and the shot is taken when the speed is matched. Read more…

Practice is Where the repetition occurs .......

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on October 2, 2018

Practice is where the repetition occurs that allows for habits to be built.  Practice is the most powerful thing you have in your tool box but at the same time it is the most wasted because of how people practice.  Everything you do in practice must be preceded by a preload of the movie of how the shot comes together and when the preload and the shot are mirrors of each other the brain learns 3 time faster.  Prac... Read more…

Try not to THINK About it!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on September 25, 2018

Its impossible to “NOT THINK”! Read more…

The Brain can Anticipate Farther and Farther

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on September 18, 2018

When performing a skill at higher and higher levels, the brain can anticipate farther and farther out in front of where you are and you actually know more but are focusing on fewer and fewer things. Your mind is quite because you are using both sides of the brain and things just seem to flow.  So not thinking is a result; not something you can consciously do.  Not thinking just like confidence and consistency is ... Read more…

The Brain can Recognize the Exact Skill

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on September 11, 2018

If you practice deliberately and with a detailed preload of the movie of the shot coming together, before you close the gun and call pull, then again through repetition the brain can recognize the exact skill you are planning to use and can anticipate ahead of every action in the sequence which allows for you to perform the skill without thinking because the skill now resides in your long term memory because you t... Read more…