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Competition: Lesson 3 – Training to Compete

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Getting ready for an upcoming competition involves incremental preparation geared to how many weeks or days away the match is. World-renowned sporting clays shooter Theo Ribbs III shares how he gets ready, along with some things to keep in mind as the big day approaches.

Competition: Lesson 3 - Training to Compete

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Competition: Lesson 3 – Winning

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In shotgun shooting sports, every match is one or lost by just a few inches – the inches between your ears. Mental preparation and training are vital to success in shooting sports, and winning comes down to this as much as the physical practice does. Host Theo Ribbs III shares how his mind and thought…

Competition: Lesson 3 - Winning

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Competition: Lesson 3 – Personal Training

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Internationally known competitor Theo Ribbs III explains why he suggests working with a personal coach when training for competitive shooting sports. Even being coached only a few times per year can yield great benefits, especially when the coach is also an accomplished competition shooter. Brought to you by Shoot United.

Competition: Lesson 3 - Personal Training

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Competition: Lesson 2 – State vs. National Champions

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The great thing about shooting sports is that you determine how far you want to go. Most enjoy keeping things local by taking part in local shoots and occasional tournaments. But others want to see just how good they can get by taking it to the state, regional, national or even global level. Be prepared…

Competition: Lesson 2 - State vs. National Champions

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Competition: Lesson 2 – Levels of Competitive Shooting

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It’s logical to begin your journey in competitive shooting at the local level, and then progress to the state, regional, national and global competitions. You determine how, or even if, you want to take things to the next level. One advantage to moving up is exposure to more vendors attending the competitions. These are typically…

Competition: Lesson 2 - Levels of Competitive Shooting

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Competition: Lesson 2 – How Do You Get Involved?

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Organizations such as the Scholastic Clay Target Program, Amateur Trapshooting Association, National Skeet Shooting Association and National Sporting Clays Association have programs, services and competitions specifically for those just getting started in shooting competitions. Learn more about them in this video. Hosted by internationally known competitor Theo Ribbs III and brought to you by Shoot…

Competition: Lesson 2 - How Do You Get Involved?

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Competition: Lesson 2 – How Do I Get Started?

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For those who don’t have a parent or relative engaged in shooting sports, a local gun club or shooting park can be a valuable resource. There are also a number of national shooting sports organizations eager to help you get started in competitive shooting. Hosted by world-renowned competition shooter Theo Ribbs III and brought to…

Competition: Lesson 2 - How Do I Get Started?

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Competition: Lesson 1 – Sporting Clays

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Competitive shooting coach Theo Ribbs III takes you takes you through the sport of Sporting Clays, explaining how it’s like “golf with a shotgun” and how the challenges it offers can make you a better shooter. He covers the basics, and also tells us why varied terrain and climate make it such a fun and…

Competition: Lesson 1 - Sporting Clays

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Competition: Lesson 1 – Introduction to Clay Shooting

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There are three main types of clay target shooting. This short video from Shoot United introduces you to Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays shooting. It gives you a high-level overview of these shotgun sports, and uses helpful diagrams to help you understand how each of these shotgun games is played. Hosted by competitive shooting coach…

Competition: Lesson 1 - Introduction to Clay Shooting