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Steve Anderson

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About Steve Anderson

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  • Birthday 07/14/1972

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  1. My second book, principles of performance has a chapter with 50 common mistakes... not just dry fire. Thanks!
  2. A 1 hour podcast on common dry fire mistakes and how to correct or avoid them. http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/22OM0003.mp3
  3. Some listener letters, and a discussion of goals within your level of participation. http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/GOAL0002.mp3
  4. http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/sPLIt002.mp3
  5. If you want to do something faster, you can temporarily disregard accuracy in order to get massive speed gains. http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/SPDM0002.mp3
  6. When people talk about the best shooters, they always say, "He's a machine." What creates that ability to execute without emotion? Isn't that what a machine does and is? Like all good shooting, and improvement of any kind, it comes from having a plan and sticking to it absolutely every time without fail. http://andersonshooting.libsyn.com/how-to-achieve-emotionless-excellence
  7. With an expanded discussion of Match Mode: http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/uSe30002.mp3
  8. http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/uSe30002.mp3 Also included an expanded discussion of Match Mode. Thanks!
  9. Hey that's great. My mission is to help every shooter enjoy the sport within their level of participation. Understanding Match Mode is the key to that. It also turbocharges your training, which is a very nice by-product.
  10. I just did a special podcast for new listeners to my show... If you struggle with consistency and typically shoot below your current level of skill, I can help you solve that forever. Bottom line: You can can shoot your current level of skill every time you compete. http://andersonshooting.libsyn.com
  11. You'll find that the gun becomes an extension of your body, and you'll be free to no longer think about basic gun handling skills in competition. This will allow you to experience Match Mode shooting.
  12. http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/bv.mp3
  13. http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/slOW0005.mp3
  14. 10 ways to reduce major match anxiety... http://traffic.libsyn.com/andersonshooting/mmAM0004.mp3
  15. http://andersonshooting.libsyn.com/8-things-new-shooters-need-to-know-now
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