NZPA's Introduction to Pistol Shooting: New Zealand Pistol Association's Manual for new shooters, introducing them to ISSF, IHMSA (International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association) and MLAIC (Muzzle Loaders Association International Committee) shooting and range safety procedures.
NZPA's Club Level Range Officer Manual: New Zealand Pistol Association's Training Course and Reference Material for range officers, introducing them to ISSF, IHMSA (International Handgun Metallic Silhouette Association) and MLAIC (Muzzle Loaders Associations International Committee) shooting and range procedures.
Shooting DiaryHere's a shooting diary sample page. Feel free to print it off, double sided on 8.5" x 11" page. Once you fold it, it fits nicely into a 5.5" x 8.5" organizer binder. For more information on the diary, go to the Technical Training - Shooting Diary page.
Introduction to Mental TrainingInstead of the words MENTAL TRAINING one could well use the words MENTAL PREPARATION: "Preparing to compete successfully". Article By Tom Redhead, National Small-bore Rifle Association's (UK) National Pistol Coach.
Training Plans (Verbal Notes)The will to win is important. The will to prepare is everything! Article By Tom Redhead, National Small-bore Rifle Association's (UK) National Pistol Coach.
Annual Training Plan OverviewI had to put an annual training plan together for Avianna for my NCCP Level 3 Coaching Theory. To help myself out with this daunting task, I decided to put together a summary of Mental, Physical and Technical Training Goals, based on the various phases of the year. The purpose of the document was not to tell the athlete what they should be doing during each microcycle or training session, but to offer some general guidance on what they should be doing in that phase. Essentially, this was the generalised document which I used to guide the plan development elsewhere. While created for a pistol shooter, the overview can be applied to any shooting athlete.
Designing An Annual Training PlanWritten by Istvan Balyi Ph.D. and Alain Marion M.Sc., this document is the reference material bundled with some training plan software that I purchased. Unfortunately, the document was better than the software. ;-) While rather indepth, it can form the basis for developing an annual training plan. Warning: this is not for meek!
CCES' Guide to Drug-Free SportCanadian Centre for Ethics in Sports document regarding Doping Control Procedures, Banned Classes Of Substances And Methods, Penalties, Protests And Appeals, Reinstatements and Concluding Advice For Athletes.