LEVEL II™ (Diagram) Art of Target shooting-Olympic Pistol (50m Pistol)

LEVEL II™ (Diagram) Art of Target shooting-Olympic Pistol (50m Pistol)

Simplicity, clarity, singleness: These are the attributes that give our lives power and vividness and joy as they are also the Marks of Great Art. They seem to be the purpose of God for his whole creation.”

Richard Holloway

…”as the trinity knot intertwined with a circle symbolizes a connection that shall not be broken.”

Level Two™(consistency of competitive performance) represents competitive performance where
psychology begins playing a major part in your practice routine. In this well
known diagram, the Celtic knot, I see a beautiful implementation of the pattern
of this development. There are four parts: the technical, the perfect single shot
development™, the mental, and the physical part. A deep understanding of all
structural conditions of each part and cohesion between them makes this process
an important stepping stone in your high consistency in your score performance.
Most fluctuations in score performance are based on the explanation of some competition
participates, explained by an “unlucky day” or something not related to their
own abilities to control of the situation (competitive performance). It is in our power to change this blueprint. You can become a “real owner of your battle ship” and control direction of your own performance during the match. You have to admit this: “If you only do what you know you can do- you never do very much.” Tom Krause wrote. So encourage yourself to learn more. If you know about your own strong enough “Why”. You will find out “How”. It is just a matter of your available sources (time and money).

We learned at level one (Perfect Single Shot Development Process™) all necessary structure and system to perform a sure and respectful score such as AP 565-570 during the practice time.

At the Level Two™, we will learn more about the psychology of competitive performance and the strategy of how to play smart.

We will talk later about level three (Master Class)… This is the next
stepping stone how to match your best practice score to your competitive performance.

“Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing.” Warren Buffet.

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