My Advice on How to Stay Focused

“Russ, since you mentioned but never actually shared, could you in fact give an advice for shooter who e.g. recently shoot stated threshold score of 99 in one series, or 98, 96, 98, string at one training. The rest of results linger in 92-93 area. Beside usual mistakes in technical executions, like lost of focus from the front sights or poor trigger that need ironing out, what would be your suggestion for mental steadiness and control. Could you share what can be done to improve capacity to stay focused, at least some generic advices that can be applied to anyone?”

Let me explain to you how it works. If you are capable to achieve a score level during a regular practice such as 98, 96, and 98, but if your score drops to 92 or 93; it is shows that you have a problem in your Strategy. When I will discuss all your performance with the presence of your targets, I can show you exactly what went wrong. During the match, it can happen that we have one string lower than others, but repeating the same pattern is not psychology; it is ignorance.

My advice on how to stay focused, no problem. Take Bikram yoga: 60 days challenge. You will have all your questions of the mental capacity answered. I have done it twice in the past and I’m doing it now. I’m in my third 60 day journey. We can talk later after your first accomplishment: 90 minutes of focusing and concentrating every day in the next 60 days. It is a great challenge! After this program, everything will be less complex for you.
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Learning Experience, I like this video.

Learning experience, I like this video.

Fear is your friend.   Parkinson’s Law: “Work expands to fill the time available for its completion. “

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