The last training was only in use for one week (it worked well). Daniel has sent a new programme that focuses more on coordination and the sensations of the trigger release, with more visualization drills.
The phrases are based on my weekly conversations with him and come from tactics I implemented myself to improve my attitude and confidence during matches. What is important for me is not so much the phrase in itself but the attitude I use it with, which brings a wave of positivity and confidence.
Following on the steps and success of the first grip hold training programme which has been in place for one week (4 training days), Daniel sent a new programme that continues the work but shifts the weight to more coordination and other technical aspects (namely trigger release).
This post contains a collection of pistol shot processes (aka shooting sequence, routine, ritual, etc.) in the hope they can be helpful to other pistol shooters. Please contribute sharing your shooting sequence in the comments. Ramon Suarez These are a few of my own shooting proces routines. I tweak them every once in a while, […]
There are a lot of good pistol exercises being shared on social media and websites around the world, so I thought it would be good to have the best in the same page to make it easy to get some inspiration and do some of them. I will be updating this page as I come […]
Daniel Goberville has sent this training to ease the way into bigger training loads, focusing more on technique than points (like for a season start). In fact, because of the covid-19 isolation and the cancelling of so many competitions, although unusual, it is a season start.
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