Not going one for one on steel is an easy one
You shoot a lot from one foot/unstable positions which from context I'm sure was exacerbated by the stage scenarios. But often unnecessary.
You're very upright in your shooting stance.
I wonder if you were both lower and spent more time grounded with both feet and stable if it would result in easier shots and provide for smoother exits.
I'll admit it's hard for me to analyze hair on fire open shooters. Much easier to critique the shower lo-cap pace of shooting.
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Haven't been working steel much lately and it is showing. Both in makeups on steel and bad hits.
Definitely need to work on shooting from a more stable platform. That means both feet and like you mentioned getting lower. I feel like sometimes I can get really low and aggresive but a lot of times I stand up way too tall like you mention, that in addition to a poor base makes for bad hits. I don't really know how to work on that in practice though, since I am constantly pushing the speed.
Thanks dude. Plenty to focus on before the Oregon Open this weekend.