Clay Shooting Lessons Perfect for Beginners of All Ages
Clay shooting may seem daunting for beginners, but the Coordinated Shooting Method (CSM) makes learning to shoot not only easy, but also fun and exciting. That’s because, unlike traditional clinical approaches centered on all students learning the same specific techniques, sometimes before even getting to shoot, CSM is designed so that students can learn through hands-on practice and easily accomplished goals. In fact, CSM was specifically developed to teach clay shooting in a way that is wholly unlike any traditional methods, based on extensive research and experimentation for a natural way to learn rather than being based on outdated traditions.
CSM was created by John Higgins, a highly accomplished shotgun instructor who, after teaching shooting sports for more than 40 years in both the U.K. and the U.S., decided there had to be a more intuitive way for students to learn to shoot. The result is a method of instruction that beginning shooters can enjoy and feel comfortable with, especially because it:
- Teaches the mental skills that allow for personal improvement through self-correction, as well as the physical techniques necessary for breaking clay targets
- Encourages learning in a positive atmosphere through instantly visible results that students can be proud of
- Allows learners to try many different techniques in order to decide for themselves which ones work best for them
- Has a proven track record of objectively positive results from students of all kinds
Lessons in CSM are simply effective and effectively simple, so they’re great for any novice shooters looking to learn new skills for shotgun sports. In fact, there are even youth classes available in CSM, so whether you’d like to schedule an exciting day of shooting for a local youth organization or just have a fun day of shooting with your own children, CSM lessons are perfect for shotgun students of all ages.
If you’d like to learn more about CSM clay shooting instruction for beginners, contact John Higgins today.