M4M – Made for Marksmanship, founded to celebrate the power of skill and capacity building is about providing a sporting experience unlike any other. Sports, like life, is all about self-improvement, pushing your limits, striving for excellence and enjoying the journey as much as the destination. This empowers you and helps you be a better version of yourself. Sport teaches you to be consistent, diligent, disciplined, kind and patient with yourself because self-improvement doesn’t happen overnight. The achievements that excite you are yours and are the result of all the work you have put in, making you who you really would love to become.
So who is it that you really want to be? And what are you waiting for?
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There are several reasons why one would want to learn how to shoot. It could be to learn a new skill, to enhance your hand-eye coordination or it could even just be for fun. Safe and responsible shooting as a sport and recreational activity is always a joy to practice.
Not just attentiveness, shooting requires 100% focus. It has several health benefits including having a positive impact on your life. It helps build your physical strength and core control. It gives you mental gains and teaches you how to take into consideration multiple factors before pulling the trigger. For some, it’s a form of meditation. It gives you a sense of calm and control over your entire soul and for some, it gives an adrenaline rush. Either way, it for sure enhances and boosts your confidence! So what’s not to love? It’s the perfect way to spend some time outdoors!
A Dream Realised:
Sapnaa’s Journey with Shooting
Sapnaa’s love for shooting started by chance as she participated in a shooting competition while in her final year of college at Lady Shri Ram College (LSR), Delhi. If without much practice, she could get a bronze, the wonders Sapnaa could do after diligent training and practice were unsurpassable.
This was the beginning of a shower of medals and awards including being the technical Official & Announcer at the finals of shooting in the 19th Commonwealth Games held in New Delhi.