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Old 06-27-2007, 17:25   #1
Goldendog Redux
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Shooting and Riding Similarities.

I don't think they are all that similar. Anyway, I was reading about target fixation in riding and it seems a bit like tunnel vision is high stress situations.

I suppose I zone out while diving cars. I also zone out while riding a bike sometimes and I don't even have to have been in the saddle that long.

I bothers me when I zone out on the bike because I am probably not that aware of things down the road although it seems like I am. I usually do the "look right, look left" after action drill thing to shake my mind out of the fog.

I have no real point here. Just rambling.
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