This drill simulates what you will be doing on an actual tournament field layout prior to the event. You will be breaking down a small section of the field to exercise quick shots and movements.
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About this Drill:
The goal of this drill is to help you feel more fluid with the areas of the field you will likely be playing in a tournament. By repeating specific shots and movements; the target is to become more comfortable executing gameplay in a more efficient manner. By focusing on quick shots you should see an improvement of accuracy that will reduce on-field errors. It is important to film yourself if possible to look at overall body movements and execution speed.
Ideally you want to use the actual bunkers set up on the layout you will be preparing for.
If this isn't possible - you will use cones or other objects to reference the outside corner of bunkers you will be moving around to simulate the exercise.
Core Concept & Secondary Benefit:
Develop the ability to increase speed and accuracy during common moves and shots you will be using at an event.
Help you feel more comfortable with the role you will be playing on a specific layout.
Rules & Challenge:
Aim for 10 reps total in each hand with 30-60 seconds in-between so that you can execute each rep at 100%
After performing the 20 reps. Restart and perform the movements without rest till failure on both hands to simulate in-game exhaustion and fatigue.
PROfessor - Kyle Spicka
Kyle Spicka, hailing from North Carolina, made his way west at the age of 19 to live the paintball dream of becoming a pro player. After a short year of grinding through the divisional ranks with San Diego Aftermath, Kyle landed with the Los Angeles Ironmen making his first pro debut in 2010. Within 3 years, he was recruited by the legendary San Diego Dynasty, as well as, Russian powerhouse team, Art Chaos, in Europe. In 2013, he won 7 pro events over 4 different continents, also taking home the Series Championship with Dynasty.
Kyle has grown to become one of the world’s most elite “Snake” specialists. Recently rejoining the LA Ironmen, he has taken on a leadership role among a new generation of young pro players to help cultivate the future of the team. With almost a decade of professional experience, Kyle is a consistent threat on the field. Through his collection of knowledge, alongside his youth, Kyle is presenting a fun and creative new look to give back to the up-and-coming players who’s shoes he was once filled.