Video training tips for your high-performance game in trap, skeet, sporting clays and other target sports
Whether your dream is to experience the joy of competing to win, to become an Olympian or pro, to excel in your sport, or just to have more fun, listen to how athletes have used the SportExcel Zone strategies for success and enjoyment in their sport.
The family unit, whatever its make-up, can be a powerful contributing force to a young athlete’s preparation and success in sport.
Terrie, a trap shooter, writes: Everyone tells me that I have to be more confident in my sport. How do I do that?
Why would anyone want to take a rest from their passion as a hobby, competitive outlet or professional dream, especially when they live in Florida or might have had a very successful season?
How long can an athlete endure the humiliation of defeat in an attempt to get it right? This human, competitive nature and willingness to accept “pain” is very intriguing.
There were times in my martial arts career when I would be 100% prepared for a competition. I began to realize that there were a lot of factors that could affect my performance, many of them peripheral or external to my sport.
"Since working with Bob, 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."