Fixing The Broken Wheel

Fixing The Broken Wheel

Fixing The Broken Wheel

5S™ by Midwest Academy Consulting Group: System, Structure, Strategy, & Support = Success.

Today we can speak about SUPPORT in concept of 5S™ by Midwest Academy Consulting Group. The value of Support is an extremely important part of the 5S™ structure by itself. Let’s say some architect created a blueprint of a beautiful building and was not able to supervise this project during construction… A lot of things can go wrong. We have more value on our term of “support” than supervision only. As we discussed earlier we can implement the “buddy system” from the SCUBA concept, which is beneficial as well. The most important part of this process is the competitive performance and ability to bring your performance to the best possible outcome. For inexperienced athletes, each attempt to compete without qualified help will cost from $500 to $1,500.00 out of your pocket; we can see from the current discussion at Olympic style Forum:

How many attempts do you need to understand that you can do better next time?  Is it possible to have someone more experienced to cover your back and help you to build a stronger model of your current performance?

From my point of view this is an extremely expensive and unproductive model to compete without supervision or coaching. By the way, this is your time and your money and more importantly, this is your decision to do things in YOUR OWN WAY…

Are there other ways available?

I believe so. Take a look around. Talk with people, ask about testimonials, talk to coaches, someone can fit to your needs; the initial consultation and evaluation of your performance is FREE.

In Midwest Academy Consulting Group, we have the solution to most of problem related issues toward achieving a respectful performance in the Slow Fire Olympic pistol program. Are you ready to challenge yourself and to do well in your chosen field? We do!
My best wishes in Olympic style target shooting!
Get ready for 30th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix 2012

3 hour class intro to Olympic Style Pistol (ISSF) $300.00 For Two

Learn Marksmanship and Bullseye Pistol Target shooting, Olympic Style Pistol, ISSF, International Pistol (NRA) and get $100,000 grand prize and the title of “Top Shot USA”
3 hour class intro to Olympic Style Pistol (ISSF) $300.00 For Two

“Top Shot is an American reality television show that debuted on the History Channel on June 6, 2010. The show features 16 contestants, split into two teams of eight, competing in various types of shooting challenges. One by one, the contestants are eliminated until only one remains. That contestant receives a $100,000 grand prize and the title of “Top Shot.”

Olympic Style Target Shooting (ISSF) & International Pistol (NRA)
More than 20 years experience teaching & coaching in Olympic Style Target Shooting (ISSF) & International Pistol (NRA)

NRA Certified Instructor. One of The Top Ten USA Olympic Style Athlete in 2007 USAS National Championship at Fort Benning, Georgia;

2007 Canadian Airgun Prix, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: GOLD & SILVER Medals;

Coach–Marksmanship and Bullseye Pistol Training, Olympic Style, ISSF, International Pistol (NRA)

Training for all levels of pistol shooters: beginner to Olympic contender
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5S™ by Midwest Academy Consulting Group: System, Structure, Strategy, & Support = Success.

Today we can talk about STRATEGY. One of the best written books about war strategy is: The Art of War by Sun Tzu. There is only one correction. In our case, it is our challenge is to defeat our own mind which likes comfort and does not like to be disturbed by any challenges. You have to come up with a strong idea : Why do you need to perform better than the average person, or why do you have to win the game, or why is this is important to you?

If you can answer those questions there is a chance you will find a solution to perform better.

If you cannot, all of those discussions about technical improvement of your tool (Olympic pistol) or which pistol to buy have very little value toward your actual goal, such as in score improvement. Yes, it will keep you busy for a while, but it will not move you any further as you and all your buddies who are posting and reading the same information from same source, a forum for example.

In most cases, someone who has an “issue” with their own performance will share “wisdom” to other athletes, and spread out the same “issue” to many other unfortunately.

Our sport has a few distinguishing factors from other activities: there are no age limits for participants and is extremely conditioned by human psychology. Do we have to learn psychology to be more proficient? Yes it can be beneficial. Do we have enough time to learn about it? How much do we have to learn? From what sources do we have to learn? Do we know enough to adopt that knowledge? Those are the kinds of questions we have to ask ourselves.

There are three types of decisions we can make (based on our language pattern): “I will”;”I won’t”; & “I can’t”.

“I will” has the power to accomplish things.

”I won’t” is opposing to the process in many situations.

“I can’t” is failure in most endeavors.

It is upon on you to decide which decision you want make to do better in your development, or to come up with the usual excuse and fail again.

In Midwest Academy Consulting Group, we have the solution to most of problem related issues toward achieving a respectful performance in the Slow Fire Olympic pistol program. Are you ready to challenge yourself and to do well in your chosen field? We do!

My best wishes in Olympic style target shooting!

Get ready for 30th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix 2012

5S™ by Midwest Academy Consulting Group

Let’s talk today about the Structure of 5S™ (5S™ “Structure, System, Strategy, Support =Success) by Midwest Academy Consulting Group.

If the STRUCTURE™ or model of your performance cannot fit the size of a napkin, this theory is most likely to be only a hypothesis.

Unlike the Structure™ by Midwest Academy will open the perspectives of direction of your development. You will see how each element of your performance is connected to each other, how important it is to understand the value of each element, and how to invest time to develop new skills and new knowledge about it.

Why am I telling you about it today? In 2005, I discovered forum which designed to support discussions about Olympic style Target shooting (Olympic Pistol & Rifle). I read long, complicated, and wordy discussions by experts who wrote smart sounding “advises” with not too much value. It was their an intention to make an impression and to make themselves look credible. After taking a close look at those experts and their actual performance (score wise), I found a few errors imbedded in their own performance which prevented them to move toward their own progress in scores. I offered my help (people often judge unknown by known). My advice was not accepted at that moment. The result was a few talented, motivated individuals locked themselves from the opportunity to learn something new and to unlock their own potential to achieve their goal to move up to next level of performance.

If the explanation of your performance is too complex, it is more likely that it will fail.

In order to prove my SYSTEM, I took the challenge and started to practice. I attended to few major events in US and Canada to prove and support my words. I performed respectful scores in those events but most importantly, I spent very little time to get to this level. The most important part was the information which was implemented in my practice: 5S™. (5S™ “Structure, System, Strategy, Support =Success)

Please be advised if someone is telling you a long and complicated theory about their cloudy vision of the final product of their performance. Be careful about the acceptation of those advises, even if the source looks credible (like over 250 posts on the forum or more). Check their real scores first! It can be used for entertainment only.

Do you have time for entertainment if you are ready to compete at the National or International level?

Ask yourself: what is your desired score level? (580 in AP & 560 in FP) Learn from someone who has done it many times and is ready to share these valuable secrets with you. Do your homework my friends!

My best wishes in Olympic style target shooting.

Get ready for 30th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix 2012

Do you have a SYSTEM in process?

                                                                     “One must learn by doing the thing; though you think you know it; you can’t be certain until you try.”    -Sophocles

I believe each of us is successful in one thing or other. It means you know how to make money or take care about some issues that others may have trouble to deal with.

There is a SYSTEM behind any success story. You use a certain process to get to this level and once you become confident with this process, you can do it over and over again in any circumstances.

When you were introduced to Olympic style target shooting, you were fascinated with the idea to reach the best possible score, but for some reason, not too many sources know about the actual Successful process. Yes, there are many books written about this subject already. It is like a puzzle, a lot of different details are spread out one from another. Also it is time consuming to read all this information and to put in the process. It is more of a try and error type of process.

What we do in the Midwest Academy Group is a little bit different. I will teach you about the actual successful process of how to elevate your current performance up to 20 points in less amount of time (if you can score 520 or 540 in Olympic Air Pistol). If not, it will not be a problem; we can take care of this. The approximate time frame is 2 to 3 month to develop the new model of performance. This new level is known as the International level (AP 570 and FP 540); it will be our new target goal.

If you are ready to make this valuable choice for your next level of performance, please contacts us for details.

Dry Fire practice… Not Boring Any Longer!

If someone can tell me: “Dry fire is a boring process”.

I will tell you right away you do not understand what you are doing on the shooting
Dry fire is the most rewarding process (score wise). If the score
is not your main objective, you can keep doing what you have been doing before.
If for some reason you became concerned about your score progress, I strongly
recommend you to attend to one of earlier mentioned clinics on TargetTalk (Brian
Zins, John Zurek, or others who can really perform) and learn about the perfect
development of single shot performance. I guarantee that you will never complain
about your dry fire practice being boring or if you only have ten minutes to do
so. I spent 80% of my practice time on the dry fire process. I saved my time to
drive to the shooting range about an hour and a half both ways. I saved my fee
for the shooting range facility and accordingly to 80% of ammo cost.

Athelet have to deeply understand what he is doing during the dry fire time and he
need a device (pisotl with dry fire option).  Athelet cannot underestimate the importance of each part of his performance. If someone is able to grasp the idea of the perfect single shot development process. This is the time to be passionate with the dry fire process and to repeat this process until it will become effortless ( five stages of six must be performed subconsciously).

After this, you can step up to the next level of the game: competition strategy.

My best wishes to all in Olympic style target shooting!