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Stick with Your Goals

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Earlier this year at one of our Mental Game Seminars where we talked about the mental side of performance not just in sporting but in fishing, golf, basketball, hunting, and business, eventually all in the room realized that the principals we were teaching were applicable to life itself.  We specifically talked about how quickly a person’s goal can change when shooting a competitive round of sporting clays.  What do we... Read more…

Gettin High….Part One

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Now before you start thinking we are for the legalization of Mary Jo better just slow down and listen to what we have to say in answer to this question that we have answered hundreds of times in the last two years.  “Why all the interest in High Rib guns and doesn’t that create a problem if you cant the gun?”  This reminds us of high school debate class when you were given a topic and had to argue for or against it and... Read more…

If You are Thinking You are Behind

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

In our last epistle we ended with the line “you can’t be in the present if you are thinking” so this month we decided to expand on that a little bit and look at what kind of thoughts FEAR brings to our minds and what it actually does to shooters.  Being in the present is something that all the “mental gurus” talk about and it is a logical thing to accept that you must be present to win but how to be in the present and ... Read more…

Practice, Learning and Performance….Part Five

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

Last month we talked about practice ratios and the difference in the amount of blocked training and random practice in a normal practice and a pre tournament practice.  The previous two months we talked about the difference between practice learning and performance.   We also brought up the fact that we never coach during a tournament.  Our research shows that the best scenario is to observe during a tournament and the... Read more…

PB (Lead)= D—-S—-A—-MS…..Part Two

Author: Gil Ash
Posted on May 7, 2014

As we finished the first part of the epistle on lead we stated that experienced shotgunners when presented with a quartering outgoing shot perceived that they shot right at it.  The word we want you to remember in the last sentence is “perceive” because this word plays a huge role in what we think is the most misunderstood part of successful shotgunning.  Let’s explain in terms we can all understand why angle determine... Read more…