Saul Kirsch has been a competition shooter for 20 years. Thinking Practical Shooting is his second book. In it, he shares with his readers techniques and tactics on becoming a better competition shooter be covering the basics and preparing you for a win. 206 Pages - Softcover.
Topics included are:
Basic elements of IPSC
Mental games played
Stage and match tactics
MidwayUSA offers these books from Saul Kirsch -- "Thinking Practical Shooting: A Guide to Outstanding Match Performance" and "Perfect Practice: A Guide to IPSC Training".
Publisher: Competitive Edge Dynamics Date of Publication: 2005 Number of Pages: 204
Summary of Material (from the publisher):
A fantastic new release by Saul Kirsch,Thinking Practical Shooting, A Guide to Outstanding Match Performance, is a
MUST read for anyone involved in or considering competition / match shooting. A 20 year veteran on the match circuit,
winning numerous IPSC & Steel Championships and ranked in the top ten overall in the World today, Saul Kirsch shares with
his readers his years of competition experience and knowhow. His unique background, first as an Olympic rifle shooter and
then as a Practical Shooting competitor, gives him a profound understanding of the key elements required to excel under
the pressure of competition.
In his clear, friendly style, Saul explains many of the complex issues affecting match performance. Topics include accuracy
& recoil control, understanding IPSC scoring, the mental process of peak performance, visualization, match preparation,
match & stage tactics, managing match stress, physical training & nutrition, goal setting, building a training program and
much, much more!
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