When you talk with an Instructor about the possibility of taking lessons—with shooting “improvement” as your mutual goal—consider asking the following questions:
Have you worked with other students who are at my skill level?
Will you cover eye dominance and then do an equipment review?
Will I learn why I am inconsistent?
Specifically, will I learn how to be more consistent?
Daniel Schindler; Paragon Founder; Master Sporting Clays and Wing Shooting Instructor; Coach & Mental Trainer; NSCA Level III Instructor, U.S. Guild of Shooting Instructors, U.K.
Will you teach me how to “self-correct” after a miss so I can do this on my own, after my lesson?
Will you teach me how to duplicate my successful shot, so I can do this on my own, after my lesson?
At the end of my lesson, will you provide a written practice plan so I will know what, and what not to do, after I leave?
When your lesson is being booked, your Instructor should go over the list of what you should bring to your lesson
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