Law of Attraction Subconscious Mind Power
Corrective measures prevent the recurrence of poor performance and must be immediately applied. Much has been written about why we shoot poorly however, it is just as advantageous to analyze why you are shooting well on a particular day. It is more helpful to know the right way to perform than to have your mind cluttered with a multitude of don't . Coaches in particular should concentrate on and emphasize the positive factors.
The main components necessary to shoot championship scores are an accurate gun, good ammunition, an individual with the ability (physical and mental) and the desire to be a champion. Therefore every time you let the thought of inferior equipment enter your mind, STOP Think This gun and ammunition will shoot possibles if I control it. f. There is a first time for winning in shooting as in everything else. A first time for a national champion to be beaten, and a first time for you to become a national champion. If you want to win all the marbles, you can. The best way is to believe you are as qualified to win as anyone else. Make up your mind that you are going to shoot your next tournament as one big match. Let the individual stages and gun aggregates take care of themselves. A good performance on each individual shot is now your aim.
Much has been written about why we shoot poorly however, be reminded that it is just as advantageous to analyze why you are shooting well on a particular day. It is more helpful to know the right way to perform than to have your mind cluttered with a multitude of don'ts . Coaches in particular should concentrate on and emphasize the positive factors.
Safe-unload position Same as 'vertical' or 'middle' position. With the lever standing straight up, the rifle cannot be fired but the bolt can be opened for unloading. If you change your mind and choose not to shoot, you can safely unload you rifle without putting it in the fire position (unlike many newer designs). If you attempted to fire your rifle in the 'safe-unload' position, you would quickly see that the vertically standing safety lever would interfere with the sights and at the same time, the trigger is disabled You have an advanced hunting rifle, even by today's standards
Your mind cannot, detect something unless it has enough lime to see it. In order for your brain to recognize something, your eyes must linger on it long enough to register an impression. Rotating your head too fast creatcs an indecipherable blur. I've learned to pace my eye movement by consciously scanning from one point to another, then going back and doing it again half as fast, dien repeating this yet again at one-quarter the speed. This slowest pace becomes rhe pace for all subsequent scanning. As a general rule, the smaller or more distant your potential target, the slower you should move your eyes. 2. Your mind cannot find something unless il can visualize what you're looking for. Inexperienced snipers watch for a whole human body in uniform carrying a weapon, which they'll probably never find. No, you must tell your mind that you're looking for a grapefruit-size piece of a human target perhaps the heel of a boot, half a face, one hand, a shoulder, a rifle muzzle. If you program...
Channel your thinking to the more important fundamentals. You must continually think fundamentals and review them in your mind. Train yourself so that as many of these fundamentals as possible are executed automatically without tedious effort on your part. When you do this, you have only the most difficult fundamentals to contend with in the actual firing. This will enable you to direct all of your mental and physical efforts toward keeping your eyes focused on the front sight and following through. e. Relax your mind. Right from the time you get up in the morning. Nothing will put you in a greater state of mental agitation than to have to rush through breakfast and rush to make your relay. If this happens, your score is ruined at about the third red light you hit. Take it easy. Shooting is fun, enjoy it. h. Argue with your Subconscious. Not only argue with it but win the argument. Even as you are reading this you are hearing that little voice in the back of your mind that keeps...
In wing-shooting self-confidence is a great asset. When a bird springs, if there is any doubt in your mind as to your ability to kill, the result will probably be a miss. A feeling must be ever present of absolute power to kill, a feeling born of previous success. Any feeling of confidence not born of past results is simply self-deception. The vain glorious fellow who believes that he can do anything without trying has the sort of faith that wouldn't deceive anyone except himself.
If you change your mind and choose not to shoot, just follow these simple instructions. Keep the rifle pointed safely down range. Raise the safety lever to the vertical position. (If the rifle is not cocked, lift the bolt handle first, then put the safety on.) Open the bolt and extract the loaded round. If there are cartridges in the magazine, you may unload the magazine by cycling all cartridges with the bolt while the safety lever is still in the vertical position. Just cycle the bolt for as many cartridges as remain in the magazine till the magazine is empty.
You must control your mind and stop disconcerting thoughts of the possibility of failure. Picture yourself as you felt and thought while firing good strings and then ask yourself what technique you were using that enabled you to employ the fundamentals so successfully. The difference between champions and the also-rans lies in the ability to control thinking and plan actions from this point on. Prior planning of the delivery of the shot is the shooter's only insurance that the delivery will be consistently controlled. Knowledge of a successful shot sequence is the basis of the plan. The best assurance that a good performance can be duplicated is that the action follow a uniform sequence.
The few problems I've had coaching riflemen were due to their egos. You can take pride in what you do and how well you do it, but when it reaches the point that it masks errors or closes your mind to further progress, it's no longer pride but blind ego. A sniper's surest, fastest route to hell is to become oblivious to his own shortcomings. As Dirty Harry once said, A man's got to know his limitations, if he's to correct them.
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