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5 tips for breathing technique when shooting


Shooting is not just a matter of taking your weapon and shooting at the next best target that comes before the shotgun. Anyone who is „lost“ on our side and above all on our magazine, we believe that is clear. Thus, you also know that seldom natural talents fall from the sky, to which shooting is easy

Tip 1
First, it is still breathing normally. Breast breathing, which dominates at this time, ensures that the body accumulates a certain amount of oxygen, so that it will not be undersupplied in the soon following respite.

Tip 2
Now the body slowly changes from the chest and the abdominal breathing. As a result, breathing becomes flatter. There are many suggestions as to how many breaths should be made before starting to aim. It is not only important to pay attention to the number, but also to initiate the relaxation of muscle relaxation. The so-called zero-point control, that is the concentration on the target, is the desired result. Breaths should not be less than three times, and breathing should not last more than one to two seconds.

Tip 3
Next is targeted. It is important that the breathing space is as gentle as possible in the target mode, so that the shot is not unintentionally panned. Only then, when you are sure that the zero point control is perfect, you are allowed to shoot.

Tip 4
Although this sounds very complicated and technical, it is ultimately about targeting as well as subtracting and reloading the weapon within a breathing space. But it is a bit longer, but should not be more than 10 seconds, because otherwise the danger increases more and more, that the body and the breathing „come on tour“ and thus misses are inevitable.

Tip 5
So that the body no longer runs on „low flame“, follow in the end again a few deep breaths, which run over the chest. The blood is then enriched with sufficient oxygen and you can switch back to the abdominal breathing to prepare for the next shot.

We hope these tips, although perhaps already known, will help you achieve these techniques for even better shooting results.