What is Really Important to You?

I found this post on the forum today and it makes me think: what is really important to you?

Do you prefer to have a great purchasing experience with your Olympic pistol or to have a great experience of developing competitive skills and achieving a high level of performance during your practice time and the match? Think about it and do something about it.  

Glad to hear you had a great purchasing experience and that you are happy with your new gun. Now, I just want to say you are in a great position of privilege to do a nice comparison between the Matchguns MG2 (which from your postings, I believe you own) and the new Pardini. I would be SO appreciative of your opinion. I do hope, however, that you wait a bit and shoot that Pardini lots and get comfortable with it before you sit down and write us an amazing comparo. There are a lot of 1st week experiences out there, but not very many “long term test” reviews, especially comparative ones. Acknowledging this would still be one man’s opinion, it would be a huge asset to our forum!”

http://targettalk.org/viewtopic.php?t=35543

I hope my class can become as valuable as your purchasing experience and a huge asset to your competitive skills. 🙂

The Pareto Principle

It is in your power to choose the side of this mathematical equation to become a part of 20 or stay with part of 80.

 From an old saying, there are three major types of individuals: a Man who “Do things happen” , a Man who Watches things happen, and Man who is Waits for things to happen. This is general rule that can be mathematically presented as the 20/80 rule, also known as the Pareto principle.

Reading books, watching videos or listening to CDs makes no or little effect on your performance.  To make a difference in your performance, you have to take action, choose a mentoring program, and sign up for advanced education, learn new things and work deliberately to implement it into your successful model of performance. It is in your power to choose the side of this mathematical equation to become a part of 20 or stay with part of 80.

Sign up for your individual two day training in Troy, Michigan with experts in the Olympic style target shooting field (Olympic Pistol).

“Perfect Single Shot Development Class (Olympic Pistol).”
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2007 Canadian Airgun Grand Prix Award Ceremony

2007 Canadian Airgun Grand Prix Award Ceremony.

Ruslan Dyatlov: Representing Midwest Academy Consulting Group at the 2007 Canadian Airgun Grand Prix.

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Last Message to Congress from President Theodore Roosevelt

“The great body of our citizens shoot less as time goes on. We should encourage rifle practice among schoolboys, and indeed among all classes, as well as in the military services by every means in our power. Thus, and not otherwise, may we be able to assist in preserving peace in the world. The first step in the direction of preparation to avert war if possible, and to be fit for war if it should come, is to teach men to shoot!”

President Theodore Roosevelt’s last message to Congress-

“The Devil is in the details”

Ruslan Dyatlov from Midwest Academy  Consulting Group at 2007 USAS National Air Pistol (Final) 5th Place

Ruslan Dyatlov from Midwest Academy Consulting Group at 2007 USAS National Air Pistol (Final) 5th Place

I hope you heard this expression before. Let me explain how to apply it to your favorite sport activity. We are still talking about Olympic style target shooting. You probably spent enough time of practicing and competing, but your score still does not match your expectations, even if it is not going up as you think it should be. You read a lot of books, listen to CDs, watch videos, but the result is not coming faster in your direction.  You probably start thinking to quit this sport because all your efforts are not producing any expected outcome. Yes, this option is available too and I saw a lot of talented and less talented athletes who decided to quit this sport without achieving a certain level of score performance, such as the international level of performance. They explored “all possible sources of information” to achieve their dream score performance and nothing worked for them so far.

The problem is that they use sources from the common audience; they use methods of general mass media used to entertain the public to make them feel comfortable and relaxed.  A few elements were misplaced and fewer elements were replaced with “look alkies” from the puzzle. This is why all efforts to connect all pieces together do not produce an expected level of performance.

What to do? Well, the first suggestion is you must seek your solution outside the box of the common area (where entertainment is the main priority).

The second suggestion is you have to ask the solution from someone who “knows how”. You have to learn from leaders in your industry, from someone who can produce this International level score, but who is not only capable to talk about it (some valuable bits of information can be missed without his or her acknowledgement due to lack of real experience).

Sign up for your individual two day training in Troy, Michigan with experts  in the Olympic style target shooting field (Olympic Pistol).

“Perfect Single Shot Development Class (Olympic Pistol).”
Call or Text Us Today: 248.935.3257

Great Source of Information for Olympic Style Target Shooting

This is great one:
“When you focus your mind on the present moment, on the process of what you are doing right now, you are always where you want to be and where you should be, All your energy goes into what you are doing. However, when you focus your mind on where you want to end up, you are never where you are, and you exhaust your energy with unrelated thoughts instead of putting into what you are doing.”
The goal of my class, by the way, is to teach THE PROCESS!

July – August 2012 Special.

July – August 2012 Special.

Unleash your competitive potential.

 Put your investment to work again.

 Learn something new during this summer to have real fun during your practice time and competitive experience.

 Elevation in score performance up to 20 points in three month is a real thing from the level 530-540 Air Pistol!

 I will trade your Olympic Style Pistol (FREE, AIR, Standard or equal value competition training equipment in good working condition) for two days of my private class: “Perfect Single Shot Development Class” by Midwest Academy Consulting Group. Troy, Michigan.

References are available by request.

Please contact me for details and your available options.

Sign up for your individual two day training in Troy, Michigan with experts in the Olympic style target shooting field (pistol).

“Perfect Single Shot Development Class”
Call Today: 248.935.3257

The way you think about your process of development is extremely important for your progress of transformation

Midwest Academy Consulting Group. Troy, MI

“Perfect Single Shot Development Class”

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 Strong confidence in your words and it is a very important thing. The level of achieved confidence during my class must double everyone’s steps of speed and success, especially those who chose to change the model of their previous performance toward a new one. By the expression of choosing to change, I mean by having strong efforts and deeds to come to my class, meet the requirements of initial training and to follow my instructions thoroughly after my class.

I would like to specify some points of this development. Everyone in our group has their own goal written in their shooting diary, embedded in their own subconscious and initially shared in a written statement with me. From time to time, each of you must go over initial records and compare your initial statement and adjust it with a higher goal toward your larger aspirations.

Your goal is big part of your development!

I do not use common practice of sharing tips over the internet.

Tips will not affect the structure of initial performance.

Tips will not affect the power of goal setting.

Tips will not target real invisible points of necessary transformation.

 Everyone in our group has similar initial training with me, besides Paul and Jack. The only one difference was that Paul and Jack did not make any live shots during our training. They were so confident with the visual way to change their initial model of performance that they did not choose to go to the shooting range with me. Currently, they are making a more rapid approach toward their perfect model of performance from their initial level that makes me think to entirely eliminate live practice within my initial class. 😉

I would like to emphasize this thought again. The way you think about your process of development is extremely important for your progress of transformation. Use my complete system, not only some pieces of information, but the complete system. This is only way to achieve full benefits of your investment and full speed of the learning process.

Sign up for your individual two day training in Troy, Michigan with experts in the Olympic style target shooting field (pistol).

“Perfect Single Shot Development Class”
Call Today: 248.935.3257

Feedback from My Last Class in June 2012

I am happy to share some feedback from my recent class with my student from Texas, Jack. He took my class in early June 2012. He has previous competitive experience with Air Pistol and Free Pistol (over 60 competitions under his belt for the last 3 years). I am glad that my class met his expectations and that I was able to provide a valuable piece of mind for a motivated competitive athlete. I will continue to support his efforts to reach his goal. Yesterday, I received very important weekly report with this message: “I also have had what I would have called an 8 and it is a 10.” Not many competitive shooters are able to experience this kind of level of performance and I really am happy to see this sign of automatic performance of “perfect single shot development” under a month.

“You must learn and master the basics in any sport.  I have a thorough understanding of the basics after attending my two day class with Ruslan.  I realize the importance that each individual fundamental plays and how they all work together to form the perfect shot.  Prior to his class I relied on reading books, opinions on Target Talk, clinics, advice given by other shooters and coaches.  None of these sources presented the basics in as clear, complete, precise, and extremely specific manner as Ruslan has.  Narrowing down what is important and specifically how to execute each fundamental would have shortened my learning curve if I had known them when I first began to learn how to shoot an air pistol.  Ruslan’s class is a must if you have the desire to do well in this sport and do not expect years to learn what is necessary. ” Jack M. ( Sun, 1 Jul 2012)