REACHING OUT TO SPECIAL NEEDS SHOOTERS
We get calls regularly from shooters with new rotator cuffs, new hips and knees, and repaired hernias who want to keep their shooting skills intact while recovering from surgery. With our Ultimate Practice Shooting Systems, it is easy for healing shooters to stay in shape, even improve their performance. No need to go to the range! No need to use live ammo! No need to feel the potentially injurious effects of recoil! Practice shooting while you’re recovering from surgery will build your muscle memory. It will also help rebuild your shooting-specific muscles because you’ll be using you shooting muscles all the while you’re in the healing process. By the time you get back on the range or in the field, no one will ever know you had been away from your sport for any length of time!
Handicapped shooters can also benefit from practicing with the Laser Shooting System. You can easily practice while in a wheelchair or even if you’re bedridden, building your muscles and your muscle memory all at the same time.
July 12, 2021
Robert Louis Co., Inc.,
I am 86 years old and I had several strokes.
When a person has a stroke they have to re-train their brain to do things they used to do.
If a person can't talk after aa stoke, they have to go to a speech therapist to learn how to talk again. If they can't walk after a stroke, they have to go to a physical therapist so they can walk again. If they are a shooter, such as myself, they have to use the Robert Louis shooting system to be able to shoot again.
I am using the system and I am improving every week.
I recommend the system to all elderly and/or stroke people.
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