AUSTIN, TX –-(Ammoland.com)- A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) announced that it has published the 2017 edition of its innovative Shooting Journal for women shooters. While there is evidence that journaling has a positive impact on physical well-being, there are also practical applications for documenting shooting sessions. This journal thoughtfully combines ballistic data collection and professional training documentation with worksheets to log thoughts, emotions, and experiences as a woman’s empowerment and success from shooting translates into other areas of her life.
“Our Shooting Journal is unlike any other training tool in the shooting industry,” says Julianna Crowder, Founder of A Girl & A Gun. “We are very excited to continue to offer unique opportunities for women shooters to grow in the shooting sports as well as experience personal growth and empowerment.”
With a different monthly focus, the Shooting Journal provides dry-fire and live-fire drills along with guided discussions to inspire women to achieve shooting and personal goals. Crowder continues, “As ladies shoot at AG & AG events, matches, or practice, they can log their training sessions on guided worksheets and store them in their Journal binder. They’ll be able to clearly review their progress as they advance their shooting goals to higher levels.”
The AG & AG Shooting Journal is available to members of A Girl & A Gun as a perk of their $50 annual membership. Members can access it at AGirlandAGun.org/journal.
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About A Girl & A Gun
A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) is a club that provides firearms training for women. The league breaks barriers for women and girls in pistol, rifle, and shotgun sports by welcoming beginners to learn the basics of safe and accurate shooting and providing experienced shooters with advanced-level opportunities. AG & AG’s girl-friendly events have been successful stepping stones for thousands of women into shooting sports and fostered their love of shooting with caring and qualified instructors to coach them.