Multiple method Shooting System

[sfs-onerandom]Is it possible that there is a better way to teach shooting?
Yes, there is. After years of study, Bob has finally put the finishing touches on a new methodology that addresses shooting from a physics-based perspective. This methodology allows players the freedom to utilize their own unique shooting style which best fits their biomechanics.

Teaching all players that there is only ONE way to shoot is outdated. It may be easy and expedient but it … at-best, short-changes players as to what is possible and at-worse, provides some players information which does not work well for their biomechanics.

What is possible?
Everyone can become a great shooter.

It only takes three things to become good at any motor skill; knowledge, practice, and time. The missing element for advanced players is certainly not a shortage of years playing or a lack of practice – which leaves knowledge as the deficient component. Once players learn what is important and why, improvement is quick and dramatic.

Often, it is much easier than you would think. A minor nuance can make a huge difference. Bob Fisher excels at identifying that nuance.

But isn’t that what an expert is supposed to do?
Bob Fisher is not interested in making you shoot like he does. You do not have to reinvent the wheel (or ‘overhaul’ your shot). You have found a shooting stroke which works to some degree of proficiency. What Bob does best is identify WHY your particular stroke works and directs your focus on how you can best make that happen on a more consistent basis.

“Here is what you are doing. Here is what you need to do to make that work.”

If you are left-handed, Bob will demonstrate left-handed. Although, not naturally ambidextrous, Bob has taught himself to shoot equally well with his left-hand and can demonstrate all methods with it as well.

Bob’s knowledge will accelerate your development. Call 785-799-7711 today to schedule your session so you can fast-track your progress. You will be amazed at what you will learn!