The readers’ favourites: TOP 3 Practical Pointers on shooting cover Rajmond Debevec’s testimonial, shot routine, and overcoming the struggle of dry firing.
Shooting as a static sport needs a dynamic counterpart. Enjoy the summer and take an active rest.
An analysis of why we find dry firing so boring and why it’s actually a really good practice. With a dry-firing drill included.
A post to answer all the questions you never knew you had on Shooting Notes.
MATCH FIRING … START! 3 SOS exits to regain your focus when the pressure of the match gets too high.
Shooting is a sport that unites everybody regardless of their gender, physique, age, or condition. It is a great promoter of inclusivity!
Practicing and competing in forced positions, shooters are prone to lower back pain. Discover hip-flexor exercises to help reduce and prevent it.
How well do you know your shot routine? What if we told you that the more details you can list, the more in control you can be on the shooting line?
Two shooting friends are on their way to the competition. One follows routines, the other does not. See what happens!
Why, in this digital era, do we still need to write our shooting analysis in a notebook? Team Aiming Art explains why writing by hand provides more benefits for our future action than typing.