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With Ryan joining the crew, I took a look at what kind of footage I feel is lacking and it’s also reconfirmed whenever I teach a clinic or run a private practice. Fix the easy stuff away from the paintball field so when you do show up to one, you can work on the hard […]
Repeated practice (of CORRECT form) will develop good habits (and erase bad ones) much faster than once a week. Leave your gun setup and lying around the house. When you have a spare 5-15 minutes, pick it up and get some time behind your gun . . . This is premium content, log in or subscribe to […]
It’s basic, but not so basic. It’s a common mistake I see all too often at my clinics. It’s easy to look natural and have correct form when drilling, but as soon as the real buzzer sounds, people lose focus and go back to old habits. Ingrain this behavior into your mind off the paintball […]
A proper market setup is crucial piece of good gun fundamentals. Walk into any pro pit and notice how little each gun setup differs. There’s a reason why . . . This is premium content, log in or subscribe to view it!
Again, another fantastic analysis from Andrew about an old snap shooting review. “I was watching on of your snap shooting videos from Prime out of Alabama. The D1 squad that you picked about each player. Bianca is a super interesting example of wrong mechanics getting a good result, and he’s the most complicated movement pattern […]
One of the advantage of being first to market and actually staying dedicated to BKi over the past 2 years is that I’ve met quite a few amazing individuals willing to give me sage advice and help in this crazy journey. Andrew is no exception. He emailed me this out of the blue.. “My name […]
The more and more I’ve reviewed old footage of snap shooting clinics and myself snap shooting, I’ve came to a big realization on gun and body positioning. The reason I preach staying squared up is it allows us to easily switch sides and engage. A key factor I was missing is where my body weight […]
It’s one of the biggest flaws I see new or old returning players make. They fail to stay squared up to their target and add extra movement to any action. Remember, we’re in a fight, you would never close your shoulder off to an opponent in the ring . . . This is premium content, […]
This is one of the biggest mistakes I see lower level players make. They give the opposition the chance to shoot them out free of charge, or lead them enough and give themselves a huge disadvantage in a snapshot or gun battle . . . This is premium content, log in or subscribe to view it!