• Breakout Practice-Without Breaking the Bank

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    Breakout Practice-Without Breaking the Bank

    Breakout Practice-Without Breaking the Bank As we all know the “Breakout” of a point is usually a key factor in the outcome of the point. The team that gets the most eliminations while surviving the breakout normally wins the match. Now I am sure you have all watched a professional...
  • Making Unnatural Feel Natural

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    Making Unnatural Feel Natural

    Making Unnatural Feel Natural I have never believed in the saying “Weak Hand”. I call it Non-dominant or Unnatural. The reason being is paintball guns are easy to shoot with both hands, they are electronic activated trigger pulls, they are held stable with both arms, and they are no longer...
  • Break Out Shooting, Finding The Right Spot

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    Break Out Shooting, Finding The Right Spot

    Break Out Shooting, Finding The Right Spot When looking for a good lane to shoot off of the break, you need to look at all of the possible angles. The typical player looks from the back center, at a normal height, and just shoots paint from there. However, that is...
  • Making The Big Get Small

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    Making The Big Get Small

    Making The Big Get Small It is easy to avoid small bunkers in practice. Playing the position you find comfortable and playing bunkers which you believe are “built for your size”. However, it’s time to break from your comfort zone and get small!
  • Crawl Before You Walk, Walk before Sprint

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    Crawl Before You Walk, Walk before Sprint

    Crawl Before You Walk, Walk before Sprint Diving is an essential part of your paintball skills. Although everyone practices diving at a young age, whether on a slippery floor, a slip & slide, or in a ball pit