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How to stay focused during a 10 M Air Pistol Match

How to stay focused during a 10 M Air Pistol Match

Hello Shooters,

This is the vlog which will explain to you “How to stay focused during a match & not distracted by scores”.

Most shooters are worried about how to keep themselves focused on a match & do not want to get distracted by the scores they are hitting.

My elite members who are regularly posting their diaries in whatsapp group. They wanted me to address this issue they were facing during their shooting competition.

In this Vlog, I have explained the following topics –

  1. What is the route in 10 meter air pistol shooting ?
  2. How does the route work?
  3. Different factors that disturbs you when shooting?
  4. How to increase mental focus & break match habit patterns?

I broke down the process of staying focused during a match in the above 4 sub topics. Also there is a question & answers session where I have answered the questions asked by shooters.

Why is breathing important in shooting?

Why is breathing important in shooting?

Hello Shooters,
This vlog explains the importance of breathing in Air Pistol Shooting.
In this video I have talked about

  1. How you should be breathing while Shooting in Matches?
  2. Importance of controlled breathing while shooting?
  3. How breathing improves your shooting performance?
  4. Different breathing techniques discussed in our Training Modules?

This video will help you to uncover the importance of breathing and how it can improve your Shooting performance.

How to control your front sight as well as your rear sights?

How to control your front sight as well as your rear sights?

Hello friends,

Do you wish to know why your entire sights shake when it comes into the aiming area?

Your entire sights (front as well as rear) shakes because your trigger finger as well as your grip pressure is continuously changing as shown in the video.

If you want your front sight to be steady and your rears sights also to be steady then you must maintain a continuous grip pressure with your fingers and palm on the grip along with a steady continuous trigger finger pressure on the trigger shoe as shown in the video.