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How to control your shaking front sight?

How to control your shaking front sight?

Hello Friends, Do you know when the sights come into the aiming area, the way it is shown in this video, your front sight starts shaking? Do you know why this front sight is shaking or do you want to know how to stop this front sight from shaking? The front sight...

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The Correct ‘Hold’ within the aiming area

The Correct ‘Hold’ within the aiming area

Hello friends, Many shooters all around the globe keep asking me several questions on YouTube as well as Facebook and I also receive many emails. Through these blogs, I will answer as many of them as possible. Question: Why don’t we aim or keep the sights directly in...

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Physical Fitness Exercises.

Physical Fitness Exercises.

Hello Friends, In the last videos we have progressed to doing eight sets of exercises from Exercises 1 to 8 – B. In a day, in each session if you are going to do 80 to 120 shots and if you are going to do two sessions per day that itself comes to about 240 shots. Now...

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Why Mental Skills are important in the Olympics?

Why Mental Skills are important in the Olympics?

Mental Skill help you in two ways, the first is that it helps you to improve your technique for shooting a 10. It helps you to master your technique so that you shoot rows of ‘10’s. The second aspect is that Mental Skills help you to overcome match pressure thereby...

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Mental Focus III

Mental Focus III

Hello Friends, In the last few videos, we have been discussing; ‘Mental Focus’. Now, you will see that there are broadly two kind of shooters and the way they walk into the range, you can make out who is the top shooter. Normal shooters and ordinary shooters, you can...

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Keeping your Mind focussed between shots

Keeping your Mind focussed between shots

Hello friends, In the last video we had discussed on the methods on how to focus your mind while shooting. In that video I had mentioned that you should avoid scoring, instead you should concentrate 100 % on each and every step of the ‘shot sequence’. In this video, I...

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