Check out Bob Palmer's high performance tips for athletes and coaches who want to own the zone and own the game in their sport.
Sacha asks: I find that it is very difficult to recover when the machines or the microphones malfunction. What are your suggestions? In this video Bob gives some high performance tips to address this question.
When it becomes a natural feeling and your default way of looking for the target, take it to your competition. Set QE up as part of your routine and rehearse it. When you call for the target, your eyes will pick up the target quickly and it, not your pull call, will trigger your body to move the gun to the target. If you want to learn more about the art of winning in clay target sports, give me a call at SportExcel. Or check out my website and see when one of my clinics is going to be in your vicinity.
This tip from Bob Palmer, high performance expert with SportExcel, www.sportexcel.ca, is for athletes, of any age, who have a desire to win, and need to take charge of the direction of their training. It is especially for athletes in the face of situations where the coach might be a bully, disinterested, distracted by their cell phone or playing favorites, etc. There is something you can do so that they don't ruin your year or your career.
If you have been told that you are too small, too old, too slow, too weak, too inconsistent or too meek, this video is for you. And, if someone has told you that you just don't have what it takes to make it in your sport and to be realistic, you especially need to watch it. I believe that you limit yourself and get "realistic" results by setting "realistic" goals.