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 🙂
Launch of a shooting sports coach directory already with Olympic level talent in it.
Review I’m so happy I followed a comment in a social media post and bought this book to add to my ever growing collection of pistol shooting training books from which I’m trying to learn as much as I can. Thank you Theo! Bullseye Mind is very helpful and easy to read. It has insight […]
Contrary to what I have been reading, my non shooting arm does matter. As my perception and consciousness of my body have progressed, I’ve been able to see how the position of that arm has a big impact in my stance. I understand that not all shooters will have my beautiful and perfect body and […]
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 […]
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 […]
Download the printable PDF The rapid fire pistol disciplines are lots of fun and very challenging: rapid fire with 5 targets, duel with 3 seconds to shoot and 7 between shots, standard with 5 shots in 10 seconds in the same target… I tried them out at first just to have a taste and now I’m […]
After a shooting test to see my trends, my coach (Santiago Gómez Salgado) sent this as a first generic training to get going before we met (I live 1800 km away). There are two training programs, one for home and one for the range. I’ve blocked three days a week to go to the range. […]