OL Shooting School Tip: How to Control Your Breath

If you hold your breath when you shoot, you should reconsider. As soon as you stop breathing, your vision and muscular control deteriorate. Try this technique instead.

For more tips like these—and to ask Shooting Editor John B. Snow questions in person—consider signing up for Outdoor Life's Shooting School. We're offering four sessions in Texas and Montana this year. You can read more about it here.