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 Competitive Pistol Shooting

by Chris Mason

ISBN: 978-0-9928100-1-6

eBook ISBN:  978-0-9928100-0-9

 

The purpose of this book is to impart the knowledge, experience and skills that will enable you to train to win.

List of Chapters:

  • Introduction;
  • What's it all about;
  • Choosing a Coach;
  • How to Shoot a Pistol Accurately;
  • Pistol Shooting Specific Exercises and Fitness;
  • The Mental Game;
  • The Importance of Dry Firing;
  • Using a Training Plan;
  • Further Reading

 Competitive Pistol Shooting

To compete at the top of your chosen sport requires ambition, dedication and enjoyment. You have a single minded strength of purpose to achieve your ambition. Along the way you will meet obstacles and find solutions to overcome them. This book is written by a former National Pistol Champion and is aimed at competitive pistol shooters who are either starting out in their sport or more experienced competitors who are seeking to improve their performances up to National level. The techniques in this book are suitable for ISSF competition and the shooting event in Pentathlon, Tetrathlon and Pony Club Triathlons.

Competitive Pistol Shooting is a free eBook provided as part of a detailed Coaching Programme; to enrol eMail Chris

To get you on the right path for success I have complied some free guides to Competitive Pistol Shooting, which support and are supported by my book, Competitive Pistol Shooting. These free guides can be downloaded by clicking the link below. Use of these guides is governed by copyright and acknowledgement is mandatory.





Book Review


March 5, 2014
Very Informative Reading

Mar 2014

"If you want some info on shooting then Chris Mason has an interesting web page. He has also recently made available an ebook that makes easy informative reading for the 'competitive parent/child'. I found it particularly interesting reading. Whatever your sport there is vital information on the coach athlete relationship and generally inspirational advice. It also backs up all his words of wisdom for those of you who have had coaching from Chris. I highly recommend the book even if shooting is not your main sport it could be invaluable to any keen athlete wanting to be one step ahead."

Anna




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