FULSHEAR, TEXAS- OSP (Optimum Shotgun Performance) Shooting School announces the partnership with American Shooting Centers (ASC) in Houston, Texas and the hosting of FREE instructional seminars in a new ASC program called “ComeOut2Shoot.” The first seminar in the series will be held on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The seminar will feature world-renowned shooting instructors Gil and Vicki Ash. The seminar is FREE and available to all with pre-registration required. The event will begin at 8:30am with registration, sign-in until 9:30am, and the lecture will take place between 9:30am and 11:15am. Once the seminar is concluded, participants will be chosen from the audience to shoot with OSP trained instructors from 11:15am to 12:30pm. Come out and discover the shooting skills you never knew you had, OSP guarantees it!
Ed Arrighi, ownership group spokesperson for ASC comments, “American Shooting Centers is privileged to have the Ash’s as resident instructors here in Houston. We are excited to join with the Ash’s, and OSP, to bring to Houston’s shooting public an information source to not only make shooters more proficient but better people as well.”
Since becoming professional instructors, Gil and Vicki have EACH logged over 18,000 hours of teaching experience as well as studying vision, mental performance, and the difference in the way men and women perceive visually and how they store and recall data from the brain. Gil and Vicki are experienced and comfortable teaching all methods of shooting. From swing through, pull away, and maintained lead, as well as understanding the amount of risk each method creates for each type of shot, they can tackle them all! While other instructors concentrate only on the method and lead, the Ash’s concentrate on you. They help you reach your own personal goals, they tailor every lesson and clinic to your needs and skill level, and help you get in control of your performance, whether mechanical or mental.
With nine books authored, six instructional DVD’s in production, and more instructional books and DVD’s on the way, the Ash’s have the largest single source library of instructional material on shotgunning in the world. Gil Ash of the OSP Shooting School states, “Vicki and I are thrilled about the new seminars that we will be hosting. We hope to offer a different look on sporting clays and the mental aspect of the game to the fans of American Shooting Centers.”
If you have a question or something you have never been able to understand about shotgun shooting, the seminars are the chance for you to find out the real answer. Be sure to come with questions because Gil and Vicki will be able to give you a common-sense, scientific explanation that will keep you laughing and enjoying learning in a way you have never experienced.
In order for ASC to give every attendee the personal service they are committed to give, reservations are required because space is limited, so sign up early. All ages are welcome for the seminar but those chosen to participate in the live fire segment must be 16 years of age or older. Eye protection is mandatory for attendance and must be furnished by the attendee. Ear protection will be provided by ASC. To sign up today please call Lynn at 281.556.8086 or by visiting www.amshootcenters.com. Look for future seminar dates at www.amshootcenters.com or www.ospschool.com.
About OSP: Gil and Vicki Ash have been shooting sporting clays since 1982. Unlike other instructors, they are professional teachers who have studied and practiced not only shooting, but the psychology of learning and performance, and they have developed the most effective teaching approach in the industry. OSP’s common sense teaching method helps students understand how their eyes, mind and body function together. Once this is learned, understanding why they succeed or fail when shooting a shotgun becomes simple! The powerful insight from Gil and Vicki can be applied to all aspects of your personal life and business, making you not only a better shooter, but a better performer at everything you do. For more information regarding OSP Shooting School please visit www.ospschool.com or by calling 800.838.7533.