My Goal

Interesting

http://www.issf-sports.org/shooters/shooter.ashx?personissfid=SHUSAM3112199101

It is a nice score 585.

 Guided education is not a bad thing. 😉

Guided education is most effective way to achieve high competitive objectives

“Guided education is most effective way to achieve high competitive objectives”

My goal is to make this statement and provide knowledge available to motivated athletes. Which school to chose is not really my business.  Someone can choose the level of education of Harvard or someone can start in a local community college. The main idea of this behavior is  still the same: educate yourself with access to the best teachers.

You do not have the money to pay for your class? Yes, it is OK.

You do not have the money NOW at this particular moment.  At the time when you will choose to use guided education, you will find the way how to get the money or you will do something extra to get this requested amount available to your process of achieving your goal in the most effective way

 All your previous life experience was to learn how to make money. Is it correct?

If your approach was not an effective model before; it is only proof that your model of achieving your goal is not sufficient.  There are two ways out of this situation if you need to change something.

Get yourself uncomfortable with your current model or approach and learn from successful sources or remain calm and do nothing.

Guided education is most effective way to achieve high competitive objectives!

Guided education is most effective way to achieve high competitive objectives with less amount of time!

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John Robinson at the face book
John Robinson #42 USAS National Ranking wrote in 2011‏

“In November 2009 I purchased a Hammerli Master CO2 pistol from a friend and began 10 meter Olympic target shooting. By late December I needed a new pistol, as I was outshooting the Hammerli. I purchased a new Baikal IZH46M air pistol. By June2010 I was shooting 540 average out of 600 consistently, and went to a shooting class that teaches nuances of Olympic style shooting. In July 2010 I purchased another air pistol, a top of the line Steyr LP10E. The same month I joined the Elkhorn Pistol Club, and began shooting an average of 550, I am currently (Apr,’11) shooting 563 average, placing my shooting rank at 42nd in the nation, as ranked by USAShooting. Personal best to date, 572, (in competition, this personal best score would place me 5th in the nation).

I have begun shooting Air Pistol competitions this year, and my scores have been ~ 550 average. I placed 3rd overall in the Minnesota State Championship, 3rd in the Camp Perry Civilian Marksmanship Program April monthly match, 2nd overall in the Illinois State Championship , and first in the Michigan State Air Pistol Championship so far this year. In the next several months, I am entered in 3 major USA National Air Pistol competitions and also the Canadian National championship.”
John Robinson at the face book

“I attended the 2-Day Workshop, “Perfect Single Shot Fundamentals Development”
Ruslan Dyatlov was the Instructor, whose precise and careful understanding of both the fundamentals, and the nuances, of the air pistol discipline were an inspiration to me. His one on one training course challenged me, while giving me effective skills for my advancement in the sport. I look forward to my continued improvement and guidance with Ruslan as my adviser.
John Robinson, Madison WI. June 2010”
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