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  • The SportExcel System - It makes perform...
    by Bob Palmer on January 5, 2016 at 10:30 AM
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    The SportExcel System for high performance for repeatable, energized and consistent performance. It is your foundation for winning, leadership and fun for sport, work, school and life.

  • SportExcel's Five Visualization Rules
    by Bob Palmer on January 5, 2016 at 10:28 AM
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    The Five Rules to make Visualization Effective There are five key rules of visualization that are a must if you want to make it effective. 1) You must understand what the Zone is and you must be able to get into it in your visualization. 2) You must be adrenalized more than you think you will need in your actual event. 3) You must keep visualizations short and powerful. 4) You must do them frequency just as with any kind of practice. 5) And you'll probably want to do it alone when no one will see you to avoid being self-conscious. Use these five rules and your visualization will be powerful and effective. www.sportexcel.ca

  • The importance of being unrealistic
    by Bob Palmer on April 15, 2015 at 11:29 AM
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    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.

  • See the target, hit the target: Using pe...
    by Bob Palmer on January 18, 2013 at 2:58 PM
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    Q:  How do I stop my bad habit of moving my gun before I see the bird come out of the house?

     

    A.  This is a great question.  The reason we develop this bad habit is because the bird usually comes out very close to the time we call for it, and we can get often get away with moving early.  It is only when there is a delay that we start noticing our bad habit.  Watch the video for the rest of the answer.

     


  • Clay target consistency: Quickly adjusti...
    by Bob Palmer on January 18, 2013 at 2:52 PM
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    Drew asks Bob Palmer, SportExcel www.sportexcel.ca:  How do you adjust between differ trap clubs, be it differ backgrounds or different target setups?

  • So much advice in sport but so little im...
    by Bob Palmer on January 18, 2013 at 2:35 PM
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    This question comes from Duncan in Phoenix, AZ who asks how it is possible to be getting so much advice on trap shooting at the club, but it doesn't translate into improved performance.   In this video Bob Palmer answers Duncan's question and provides some strategies on how to deal with well meaning or unsolicited advice.Send your questions (via video if you like) on the mental game in trap to bpalmer@sportexcel.ca and he will answer them.

  • Why is the first post so difficult?
    by Bob Palmer on January 18, 2013 at 2:31 PM
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    This video gives suggestions to make the first post easy and comfortable so you don't have to go in cold.  Bob suggests that you warm up your body and your mind.

  • Question: Is Trap Shooting 90% Mental?
    by Bob Palmer on December 19, 2011 at 1:46 PM
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    Spencer asks if shooting clay targets is 90% mental. Bob answers with a big YES. Very skillful athletes can collapse in the big game because they become intimidated, feel bad when they make a mistake, think about a past loss, etc. They can keep practicing harder or they can use mental exercises to make the next competition seem exciting and familiar, and they can use various strategies to make their "fearsome" opponents disappear when they step into the are in the post.


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