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In A Shooting Slump? Think Your Way Out

Dr. Raymond Prior says the most common challenge he encounters with athletes who believe they are in a slump is their thinking about being in a slump. Here are tips on how to overcome this problem.

Mental Techniques For Shooting: Cognitive Rehearsal And Progressive Relaxation

Here are some general guidelines for a personal mental training program.

Mental Training Techniques

The first step is learning how to relax, and for must of us, this will take a lot of practice.

Maximize Your Advantages, Limit Your Disadvantages

Want to improve your scores? Give yourself every edge you can on the firing line.

Training Your Mind

Part 2 of legendary U.K. Olympic gold medalist Malcolm Cooper's article series.

The Mental Game: Getting Back "In The Zone"

We asked seven champions how they “re-set” themselves mentally.

What is Mental Toughness?

Mental toughness has more to do with an athlete’s ability to have a great attitude and give their best effort, than shooting fundamentals. Author Karie Thomas saw her USPSA classification go from C to B, after working with Dr. Prior.

Your Performance is Happening Right Now

Focus on the here and now when you are competing.

Closing a Match

Elite shooters understand they perform their best when they are consistent with their intensity and mindset.

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