With winter setting in, I’ve decided to dramatically up my off-season game. Part of my plan includes reading a variety of books that cover topics such as Shooting Fundamentals, Skill Building, and Mental Management.
This evening I picked up With Winning in Mind by Lanny Bassham and began reading. Within the first 60 pages I’m finding that it is much more than I expected. There have been three portions that have given me pause and forced me to re-read them a second time, thinking hard about how they apply to my shooting performance.
One of those portions has been included below. Taken out of context, this can appear to be tremendously cocky (trust me, it isn’t).
When a match is finished, be it USPSA or IDPA, I always take a hard look at what I did poorly. The objective was to identify what I did poorly and build on it going forward. The clip above appears to advise doing the opposite. Rather than remembering that botched reload, perhaps I should instead remember how smooth my draw and press-out was leading up to all A-Zone hits?
This book has a number of thoughts swirling around in my head. I’m taking that as a very good sign at this point. While I don’t doubt the author’s advice, I’m curious what your thoughts are on this subject? How much emphasis do you put on what you’ve done wrong versus what you’ve done well at a given match?
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