Mind vs Target by Bob Palmer
Six steps to winning in the clay target mind field

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Synopsis

The time is ripe for you to learn the proper way to train the mind, using Bob Palmer’s revolutionary system that utilizes the state of mind called the Zone.

Bob has been teaching world-class shooters to get into the Zone for more than a decade, and now he has written the ultimate book for winning. Bob holds nothing back in his quest to give you a step-by-step approach to winning that is understandable and easy to learn and literally takes your moments of brilliance to your whole game.

Palmer steers you away from of the stuff you usually find in books - the psychology of emotional issues, progressive relaxation and breathing techniques, where you are forced to be conscious and think. As Bob says, “Great shooters don’t think – they just shoot.” And his clients are using the system to win at every level, from the Olympics to local and national sporting clay, skeet and trap championships.

Mind vs Target is a system that teaches you to get into and maintain the Zone. And it is full of tools and tips that, for example, allow you to make distracting people disappear and clay targets appear as big as garbage pail lids. Beginners find it fun and exciting, as everything is new to them. Advanced shooters, such as 13-time World Skeet Champion Paul Giambrone III, like how it entrenches the feeling of the Zone.

No matter if you’re a world-class shooter, a weekend enthusiast, a beginner, a coach or a parent, Mind vs Target needs to be a part of your clay target arsenal.
 

About Bob Palmer

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Published January 3, 2013 by SportExcel Inc.. 184 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Nature & Wildlife. Non-fiction

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