These are the exercises I’m doing every morning to start my training day.The post explaining the range exercises that you see in the journals is coming up next 🙂
These are the notes and tips that I’ve found helpful for pistol grip fitting and making, that I hope will help you fit or make your perfect pistol grip.
Bullseye Mind is very helpful and easy to read. It has insight and practical tips, plus some examples that really come in handy. These are my highlights.
Contrary to what I have been reading, my non shooting arm does matter. Here’s what I’ve learned.
After my first training session with Olympic coach Daniel Goberville, he sent me this training program to improve my weaker points: Stability, arm tone and trigger release. He has given me permission to share it with the world with some words of caution: this program has been made for me taking into consideration what he thinks I should focus on right now based on our session and what we talked.
This year for my birthday I offered myself a training with Daniel Goberville in France, just three hours away from home. He’s the father and trainer of Céline Goberville (#2 in the World Ranking and Olympic silver medalist) and has been in charge of training for the French national team. The session was very interesting and I learned things that should improve my shooting. Just talking with him was a pleasure.
Learn the basics of the rapid fire pistol events to improve your technique and performance.
So far remote training has not really worked for me. I’ve had the chance to meet a great coach and to work with him in person once, but with the arrival of the new baby I have been unable to take a plane to bridge the 1800 km that separate us. It is like a […]
I’ve been doing a lot of reading lately about how to train my technique and mind for pistol shooting. My notes are a bit too extensive and it is difficult to refer to them in training to make sure that I act upon a few points beyond the goals of my training session.