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  • Habits

    Experience is undoubtedly a great teacher, yet it may be counterproductive if what has been cultivated and refined are bad habits.

    Creating good habits right from the start for any new shooter is important. Once we start to do something in one way and the habit is established, it becomes harder and harder to change. Getting this right to start with is doubly important. Why? Because those habits effect the shooter and impact the performance. Building effective and productive habits early sets new shooters up to be a more effective shooter today, and the rest of their career.

    Sometimes new shooters and coaches think they are supposed to have all of the answers and be perfect. That is impossible and a bad plan anyway. It is OK to not have all of the answers. One of the most powerful statements a shooter or coach can make is: "I don't know, lets find out."
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