Well, of course you do! You want to win your class, your category and definitely beat your friends.
You analyse your performance and train like a PRO, following these steps:
The standard average is a score by score view of your performance. On the other hand the moving average represents boarder overview of performance. In the chart above, you can see that the shooter's scores have big variations (67% to 91%). The moving average shows that the true average of this shooter is somewhere around 77%.
This chart is a good representation of your score groupings, which is useful for understanding where most of your scores fit. Also the chart compares previous years groupings. In this particular chart it is easy to see that the shooter's scores averages have shifted to the right, which means that they have improved.
Streak is a measure of mental preparedness and concentration. This chart overlays two years worth of data regarding streaks. The performance has improved in 2019 over 2018, as there are more streaks with higher counts.
Is your concentration improving? This chart shows a downward slope which means, as the season went on, the shooter had fewer long streaks.
Beretta 692 Sporting
12 gauge 32 in
Krieghoff K-80 Pro Sporter
12 gauge 30 in
|83 10%||250 targets|
12 gauge 1 oz. 7.5 1259 fps
|83 1%||1250 targets|
|E.J. Churchill Shooting Ground||78 4%||500 targets|
|Northbrook Sports Club||80||200 targets|
|Sarlóspuszta Koronglőtér||83 17%||100 targets|
|Tiro A Volo Trap Concaverde||89||300 targets|
|World Shooting and Recreational Complex||92 7%||250 targets|