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    There Is No Substitute For Hard Work.

    Once you know how to shoot a ‘10’, then you must be able to repeat it ‘easily’. For this, you need to shoot dry and live for a minimum of 300 shots per day. The present World No. 1 in Air pistol shooting, shoots anything between 300 to 500 shots (live & dry). When...

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    10 M Air Pistol Trigger Operation

    Trigger control separates the men from the boys, the international shooter from the also rans.   What is Trigger Control in the 10 M Air Pistol event? The shooter should be 100 % mentally focussed on trigger operation before, during and after the shot is fired...

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    10 M Air Pistol Match Centric Training

    Most 10 M air pistol shooters train with the next match in mind. Training with the next match in mind does provide the motivation and intensity during training but the downside is when you shoot badly in your training session, you will get tremendously frustrated....

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    10 Meter Air Pistol Coaching

    When a student asks a question (related to the technical, physical or mental aspects of 10 Meter Air Pistol Shooting) to a coach, the coach should provide a correct answer, based on the skill level of the student asking the question. For example, “Sir, when I am about...

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    EXERCISES IN STUPIDITY- I

    In This blog article, I am listing out some of the incredibly stupid things some coaches and senior shooters tell their students to follows. I will also provide you the reasons why I call these exercises as ‘stupid’. Holding with Bricks, Water Bottles for...

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    Mental Skills Part – III

    The Unconscious Mind.The Subconscious Mind is like the RAM (Random Access Memory) in a computer. Whereas the Unconscious Mind is the hard disk of the computer.The unconscious mind, like the subconscious mind also has millions of programs recorded in its...

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    Mental Skills Part – II

    The Subconscious Mind.The Subconscious Mind is like the RAM (Random Access Memory) in a computer. For example, when you are brushing your teeth, you are consciously planning out your day or the next activity.You do not consciously focus your attention on...

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    Mental Skills Part – I

    What are Mental Skills?Mental Skills are skills which are developed to handle situations in life, whether in sports (obtaining high performance) or in any other profession or personal life.The moment we speak about a ‘situation’ there is always a desired...

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