“Work Out vs. Work In”

“Work Out vs. Work In”.

“In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But in practice, there is.”-Yogi Berra

I strongly believe that the price of your education in Olympic Pistol Competitive Target development MUST be YOUR most important decision in comparison with your efforts invested toward choosing your “tool” and all those “talking” about the “stuff” and “fun part” of making holes in the paper.

Since there are no any vital health benefits of spending your valuable time at the shooting range, My Goal is to provide for you The Precise Set of information and instructions, which I personally developed over 17 years of my personal ISSF Competitive experience and presented over a few National and International events in North America  in 2007.

My Goal is  to make you repeat my experience and develop strong knowledge and skills to perform in the short period of time a respectful level of performance in slow Olympic Style Competitive program.

Ruslan Dyatlov is teching “Perfect Single Shot Development Class in Olympic pistol”

Ruslan Dyatlov is teching “Perfect Single Shot Development Class in Olympic pistol”

Make yourself feel that THE knowledge of your development is equally important to you as your $2,000.00 tool. Bring yourself to THE NEW level of awareness and new stage of the practice performance and competitive performance.

Sign up for your customize education today!

“Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems.”  Rene Descartes

The first 30 minutes includes an evaluation of performance. Free of charge. Please bring your Targets (Air pistol or Free Pistol, 50 m eter Pistol) and Olympic pistol Grips for our initial conversation.

Good:

One Day Seminar 101: “Olympic Pistol for beginners”. $950.00.

Two Days Seminar 101 : “Olympic Pistol for beginners”: $1,850.00.

Better:

“Perfect Single Shot Development Class in Olympic pistol”: $2,550 (three months of online support).

“Perfect Single Shot Development Class”: $5,750 (one year of online support).

Best:

Master class: “Olympic pistol from beginners to International contender” $9,500.00.

For Competitive Athletes Only

For competitive athletes only.

Do you consider yourself a competitive athlete in Olympic pistol? If your answer is yes, I have another set of questions for you.

Achievement & Award Collection

Achievement & Award Collection

What is the objective in your competitive performance?

To pay money and support industry? To have fun by making holes in the paper? To socialize with others who share the same interests with you?

Are you aware that there are NO any health benefits in your activities and investment of your time and money? Besides, you will be exposed to air pollution, lead poisoning, and joint pain for your back and elbows. Would you like to spend more time at the shooting range or less?

You can say that some mental properties will improve during your practice… ????

My dear friend, you CAN expect that you can develop some mental properties in your performance IF your actual level of the performance will rise to the level of 565 in AP and 535 at least in FREE pistol. Otherwise, you are making profitable improvement only for those who sold you idea of this activities and highly expensive equipment which is not making any difference in your performance regardless of your intention to pay more for your stuff.

You can compare yourself with a yoga student who bought a yoga mat for $50 and is working hard to achieve mental awareness every day through hard work with guided instructions in a local yoga studio. The yoga mat is his tool, same as your Olympic pistol. The only the difference he is not preconditioned to make endless improvements in his yoga mat as you do for your pistol, but to see some changes in his health, flexibility, and mental awareness.

My advice for you my competitive friend is to set your goal high.

Get to the Initial Competitive level of 565 in AP ASAP and start working at your ACTUAL mental properties.

Otherwise, sell your equipment and start doing yoga instead; you will receive more real fun and health benefits. 🙂

Sincerely,

Ruslan Dyatlov

Olympic Pistol Competitive Performance Consultant

Armed Educators Might Have a Chance…

By Reuters:

Utah teachers get free gun training in response to Newtown shooting.

http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2012/12/28/16206006-utah-teachers-get-free-gun-training-in-response-to-newtown-shooting?lite

“On Thursday, she was one of 200 Utah teachers who flocked to an indoor sports arena for free instruction in the handling of firearms by gun activists who say armed educators might have a chance of thwarting deadly shooting rampages in their schools.”

 

Let’s talk about the price for my class today

USAS National AP Final.2007 USAS National AP Final, Ruslan Dyatlov 5th place.

2007 USAS National AP Final, Ruslan Dyatlov 5th place.
Day two: J. Turner 576; B.Beaman 572; D. Szarenski 576; T.Rose 576; R. Dyatlov 576.

Let’s talk about the price for my class today.

I would like you to understand few things. The first thing is RESPECT.

Respect of your hobby or passion. It must be important enough to you in the scale of measuring price for “stuff” (tools or hardware) and your final goal to perform at the certain level at the best of your abilities. As far as I know, the set of two hi-end pistols Morini Air $1,800 and Free $1,900 in today’s market is about $3,700. Standard pistol Hammerli 208 will cost you about $2,700.00 in today’s market prices. So, you must be ready to spend only for your tools above $8,000 with (repair kits, balance weights, air pump or SCUBA tank and etc.)

Respect of my achievements in North America. I participated only in two major events: 2007 USAS National and 2007 Canadian Grand Prix.  I made finals in both events and performed a relatively respectful score besides my first priority to take care of my bills and work over 50 hours in a week.

Respect of the knowledge. What you will learn over two days with me is slightly different from what you learned before. Each of my words are extremely important. This is why I have work with you in private. Everything will be customized to your own needs. This is why we will expect different result over the next three months.

Respect Time. I spent too much time to understand what is working and what is not. I definitely can save YOUR time if you respect mine.

When you will take a look over your past experience and choose the NEW value of your future achievements over the silly price tag, you will understand the power of the right set of knowledge.

If you do not understand the value of the word, RESPECT, you cannot learn from me even if you already spent more time and money by participating with other experts.

Sincerely,

Ruslan Dyatlov

Midwest Academy Consulting Group

P.S.

“Chuck turner”  wrote: Making a final in one match and winning some local “club” matches even if it was in Canada. Would you pay the prices you not to the shooter who came in one place ahead of you? Of won the match? “

“Most likely not since spending money is not the key to success.”  Is it your current belief Mr. Chuck”? 😉

I definitely agree with you Mr. Chuck that “spending $8,000.00 toward hardware only “is not the key to success”.

What I’m not agree with you Mr. Chuck , that  insulting all those athletes who came to participate in The Canadian Air Pistol Grand Prix and USA National from USA and Canada is not very best strategy to have argument with me. 😦

I think, those who took my class already have different value about time and money spent with me. I can admit there was a different price tag. Unfortunately, economy is not doing well in our days and I’m trying to be reasonable with my current price as well. If it not fit to you budget Mr. Chuck,  it was probably the wrong initial intention of yours to invest the FIRST $2,000.00 in your “hardware” if you do not have enough money for your continuing education. 😉

I will definitely recommend  your friends  to pay attention for the advertisement and classes promoted by following athletes who were ahead of me at USAS National.

Shopping around is always fun. 😉

1. J. Turner 576;

2. B.Beaman 575, 572;

3. D. Szarenski 576;

4.  T.Rose 576;

5.  R. Dyatlov 576.

“For You”

Ruslan Dyatlov Class AA USA, International Level Master of Sports, MSMK

Ruslan Dyatlov Class AA USA, International Level Master of Sports , MSMK, ISSF, Olympic Pistol, Free Pistol, Air Pistol

Piano Vladimir Sterzer – “For You” 🙂

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRzOF8tJw64

Are you still looking for the clue how to perform the best of your ability in Olympic pistol discipline?

I hope my extensive experience in ISSF (Olympic Style Pistol) can be helpful for your journey toward successful performance. If you are still competing without right set of knowledge, spent years of searching for “the Right formula”, I can save you a lot of money by  protecting  you from  wasted energy and sorrow of you low current competitive scores. Do not sell your Olympic pistol yet, use your option to learn about:

Advanced Level Olympic Pistol Class is available for as low as $2,550.00 (price will chage if the payment received after January 3 of 2013).

Call or text today. 1-248-935-3257. Sign up today for your customized education in January 2013.

No admissions are available for January 2013.

Admission is now open in February and March.

2007 USAS National AP Final, Ruslan Dyatlov 5th place.

2007 USAS National AP Final, Ruslan Dyatlov 5th place.
Day two: J. Turner 576; B.Beaman 572; D. Szarenski 576; T.Rose 576; R. Dyatlov 576.

International students are welcome.

I will be happy to share with you what I learned and how I did it:

2005, 2006. 2007 USAS NE Region Champion in FREE and Air Pistol events.

2005, 2006. 2007 USAS NE Region Champion in FREE and Air Pistol events. 2007 Gold and Silver medalist of the 25th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix Toronto, Canada.

2005, 2006. 2007 USAS NE Region Champion in FREE and Air Pistol events

2006 Michigan State Air Pistol Champion (ISSF, Olympic Air pistol) with score performance of 584 ( Final score 682-25)

2007 USAS National Finalist in Air Pistol and FREE Pistol discipline

2007  Gold and Silver medalist of the 25th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix  Toronto, Canada.

https://midwestacademyconsulting.wordpress.com/video/

Are we on the same page with you? What is the description of “FUN” to you in the Olympic style target shooting: to make holes on the paper or to perform above 570 in Air Pistol and request your place at the National Team level?

Would you like to know what I know? Do you understand that my set on knowledge is different than yours? While you are searching for the tips from the Internet, you are missing the whole concept, and result of your efforts will be the same as it was years ago. It takes efforts to become honest with yourself and accept the truth that nothing is working yet for your goal to perform at the respectful level in Olympic style pistol discipline.

Wishing you and your loved ones a joyous holiday filled with peace, love and prosperity.

May the New Year of 2013 bring the very best of everything for you!

Remember, it only takes  one step to change your performance forever! Let me help you make this happen for YOU in 2013.

Ruslan Dyatlov

Five Expensive Hobbies & Guided Education

I think, I have to stick with SCUBA for a while. Next destination is Nitrox certification and “Cold water” diving lessons. Looking forward to my SCUBA side mount class as well (TDI Side mount certification)! 😉

Guided Educationis the key to have a real fun in your hobby!

Aviation is out of my affordability level. 😦

http://www.investopedia.com/slide-show/expensive-hobbies/?&utm_campaign=inv-out-retiremento-111212&utm_source=out&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=adg-na_adv-na_mtp-na_adc-con_adf-mix_ptp-cp_geo-us#axzz2F5Z2LI5r

“What is your favorite hobby? Do you like building those little ships in the  bottle or collecting dolls? Maybe you’re a baseball card collector or you like  to buy cheap items at garage sales and fix them up for resale? Maybe your  hobby seems like it takes a lot of your money, but it’s likely cheap compared to  some of the most expensive hobbies. Calculating costs can be difficult since it  is highly dependent on the person’s level of immersion in his or  her hobby, but what is for certain is that if you’re going to make these  your after-work passions, it’s going to take some giant-sized funds.”

Read more: http://www.investopedia.com/slide-show/expensive-hobbies/#ixzz2FAFRZEA0

“These hobbies are very expensive, but that hasn’t stopped people from taking  part in them. Some enthusiasts invest thousands and thousands of dollars into  these pastimes.”

If you like to buy highly expensive Olympic pistols as I am, you are definitely can be interested to take a look at this watch collection. To have a nice watch is more meaningful thing for me than to own Olympic pistols and not use them with proper set of knowledge or perform low scores. 😉

Read more: 12 Perfect Men’s Steel Watches. The essential addition to every man’s watch collection.

http://www.departures.com/articles/12-perfect-mens-steel-watches

Advance level Olympic pistol Class available for as low as $1,550.00.

Call or text today. 1-248-935-3257. Sign up today for your customized education in January 2013.

International students are welcome.

Truth Must Be Told: How Much Is It FUN for You to Do Holding Practice for 9 Hours Every Day?

Olympic Style Target Shooting, Ruslan Dyatlov at the Shooting range, FREE Pistol TOZ-35M

Olympic Style Target Shooting, Ruslan Dyatlov at the Shooting range, FREE Pistol TOZ-35M

2007 USAS National AP Final, Ruslan Dyatlov 5th place.

2007 USAS National AP Final, Ruslan Dyatlov 5th place.
Day two: J. Turner 576; B.Beaman 572; D. Szarenski 576; T.Rose 576; R. Dyatlov 576.

 someone  as “seamaster” wrote: Posted: Thu Dec 13,

“Daryl Szarenski some insight into his training.

He said when he first joined AMU (Army Marksmanship Unit), his training for first two months, 8 to 5, every day was just holding practice. He was not allowed to fire a single shot during those two months. Just holding practice. He would put a piece of stick pad paper with a small dot, a few inches away from his muzzle, and just hold pistol to that point until he could not hold any more. .Building up those shoulder muscles stamina and getting natural point of aim to become just an afterthought. Over and over for TWO months.

Now a day, his favorite drill is to just like the above holding practice on a paper dot, but add trigger pull. He would full as fast as he can pull without disturbing sight alignment. If he felt like his alignment is disturbed by his fast trigger, he would slow down until they are not disturbed. Otherwise, he would just pull as FAST, and as smoothly as he can.

He said during London Olympic, he does not have access to shooting range every day. This holding/ fast trigger pulling exercise is all he does in the Olympic Village.”

Truth must be told. How much is it FUN for you to do holding practice for 9 hours every day? 😉

Do I have the knowledge, experience and skills to speak up about this subject?

There are some other details are missing, but in general I think that a little truth will not hurt your way of do things, right? 😉

“seamaster” Posted: Tue Dec 04 

http://targettalk.org/viewtopic.php?t=37355

That was fun !! Shooting should be fun.

That was more fun than all the chit chat on whether Russ is contributing or not.”

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Do you have a similar experience under your belt? You are probably watching his performance and you think that he is just talented. If you can handle the same load of work toward your goal, your performance will be the same as much as his. The only difference was how you were told initially that shooting is only fun. For him, fun has a different meaning.

Fun is to get  the job done.

Fun is get the highest score in the line of the athletes at the shooting range day by day.

To accomplish this task you need THE Right set of knowledge and English bulldog attitude to get what you want and be at the score level where you should perform. Think about it. 😉

What is the difference?

Are you still below 565 in Air pistol score performance? Nothing works, nothing changes. This is not a question to my students who already took “Perfect single shot development class”. This is question to you! This is question to you, who is searching the Internet forums and fishing for magic tips to improve your performance. Look around where you are looking for the solutions for your problems? Anonymous friends from the Internet or your local coach who is reading the same confusing information over the internet and have no real life experience in Olympic style pistol shooting. They can talk a lot. The only problem that they are chasing are symptoms instead to cure the actual condition. What is the difference?

The difference is to see the actual picture of the final perfect shot performance and explain to you what should be done in your personal case toward the new level of performance. It takes me to recognize your problems within 30 minutes of your precious time.

It takes about 8 hours of my time to work with you to reestablish new values in your old patterns of performance.

It takes at least three months of your hard work to bring new values at your automatic level of performance. This is the general idea about what should be done to help you move your performance up toward the desired level of 565 and above.  I hopeit will helps. 😉

The Value of the Perfect Single Shot Fundamentals Development Class

http://www.midwestshootingacademy.com/article7.shtml

Why do you need to spend $2,000 for your high end  instrument?

I posted this article on “TT” in 2005, and this is how our story begins. 🙂

Price Difference? $1,330
Score? Evidently, not a very significant divergence in score is visible on the targets.

I took my efforts to prove and represent my statement in honest way.

This is why went to several State, National and International events. Many of “TT” members can see what was done to accuse me for over seven years by selected group of individuals on “TT”  in dishonesty and greed, all accusations was made with quiet approval from the host and owner of this forum.

 I do not blame Greg Derr to withholding valuable information for number of years. There still national proud to see your own national banner razing over other banners from different countries. We all will work hard to experience this moment in our own athletic career, (but it goes kind of off the current concept of the “combine wisdom” of sharing common public information on the Internet as a forum,  sorry).  And he Fought hard to prove me wrong! Question is: what for.  😦

2005, 2006. 2007 USAS NE Region Champion in FREE and Air Pistol events.

2006 Michigan State Air Pistol Champion (ISSF, Olympic Air pistol) with score performance 584 ( Final score 682-25)

2007 USAS National Finalist in Air Pistol and FREE Pistol discipline

 2007  Gold and Silver medalist of the 25th Canadian Airgun Grand Prix  Toronto, Canada.

The High Road forum

The High Road forum

http://www.thehighroad.org/

I think this place has high moral standards and can be used for discussions for Olympic style competitions as well, without fighting for freedom of ” free speech” again.