I frequently get questions from readers of my book, blog and monthly articles in Trap & Field and other magazines. Shooters are stymied by some component of their game and turn to me, aka
the “Ann Landers” of the shooting sports. ASK BOB,
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Three tools to stop the mind games that people play
Q Trap shooter Gloria asks Bob: The other day I was going out to shoot and someone made a comment. How do I get that out of my mind and get my mind back on shooting?
That is a great question from the point of view of both you and the person who distracted you.