SportExcel Inc.

High performance training for athletes, coaches, and leaders

  The system that teaches you how to perform in the Zone... and excel

Mind vs Target, Six steps to winning in the clay target mind field, is Bob Palmer's book for the clay target sports.  It is a training process that blurs the lines between the mental and physical game.  It opens the door to a revolutionary way to increase your focus, strength, power, speed and smarts in your shooting game.

You will learn a step-by-step approach for implementing effective tools to quickly transform your game.  It is a clinic in a book that will help you to turn on your high performance switch (called the Zone) in order to take your moments of brilliance to your entire game, season and life.   

This book teaches you the Zone, how to stay in it and how to use it for fun, success and winning. 

Mind vs Target is available in paperback, eBook or audio CD. 

Paperback - 24.99

Audio book - 39.99

eBook - 15.99
If you prefer to speak to a live person to order the book, are a Canadian client, or wish to order quantities of ten or more paperback books at a discount, give us a call or send an email today!  We'll be happy to assist you.

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Two-time  Olympic Gold Medalist, Beijing and London and Coach – International Skeet

"The knowledge that I have gained from him has helped me achieve my ultimate dream."


Certified NSCA Level III Instructor, Chief Instructor at Ark-La-Tex School of Wing Shooting

“Masterfully written!! It should be on the must read list of every serious competitor in any sport.” 

Master Level NSSA Instructor, 17 time world-champion and Owner of Giambrone Shooting Clinics

“Since working with Bob late last year, not only have we made an improvement to my mental game, but I also have a much better understanding of the feel of the Zone.”