Consistency is Key
As you can see, there is whole lot you can do to improve and maintain your ability to make good shots on live animals. But these aren’t things you can just do once and benefit from forever. You need to put them to use on a regular basis. For example, you can’t get your upper body in shape, then take several months off and expect to pick up right where you left off. Just like working out, to shoot your best it takes consistent physical and mental training. Consistency is just as important as the training itself. So don’t put too much pressure on yourself all at once, just be habitual about your training. Learn to enjoy it and relish the rewards it produces. When you enjoy what you do, it’s easier to get out there and do it. By making training a habit, great shooting will be the norm!
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