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Create Synchronicity

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on April 17, 2018

Being perfect in the last 12-15% of the shot is what I am concentrating on. And I will engage both sides of the brain creating “synchronicity” through out the shot.  This stops the argument most shooters have in their head because they are trying to NOT THINK which is impossible to do just like not seeing the gun!  Most shooters are shooting with an argument because they have not given their brain a clear directi... Read more…

Committed to your Decision

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on April 10, 2018

“Are you aware of how committed you stayed to your decision about your shot?” Many shooters have never really considered the idea of commitment to their shots, and enter the box without a plan, load, call pull, chase the target and try to fix the shot at the end.  Watching the Clay Kill Shot Reviews in Knowledge Vault allows for a detailed pre-load of the movie of the shot you are about to take which makes it easi... Read more…

See the Movie

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on April 3, 2018

Enhancing awareness…. to me seeing the movie and my confidence in the movie gives me great awareness and confidence.  Shooters who are watching the Clay Kill Shot ShotKam videos in Knowledge Vault are shooting better scores with less practice!  Watch the Clay Kill Shot Reviews on singles or pairs the night before and the morning of and watch what happens to your game…. Read more…

More on Deliberate Practice

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on February 6, 2018

Last month we did an extra coaching hour on deliberate practice and we will be doing our 5th one next week on deliberate practice!  We have been learning even more about skill building and the value of deliberate practice. Skill is the ability to anticipate ahead of where you are while shooting. To hit a moving target we must see it where it is and shoot where it will be or in other words anticipate where it will... Read more…

Welcome to the Zone!

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on January 29, 2018

Now read this sentence out loud over and over! Better get to do to what know don’t but shot better a be could I wish I.   You got through the first 4 words fine because they began to make a thought but on the fifth word you began to have to look at each word to interpret what it was because it did not create a thought or picture. You switched on the fifth word from the anticipation circuit in your long-term... Read more…