Pro Tip: Focus On Your Delivery With This Dummy Drill
Suffering from "over-40" shoulder? Coleman Proctor has just the drill.

Shoulder feeling a little stiff? Rope arm tired? In this video brought to you by Professional’s Choice, seven-time NFR-qualifying team roper Coleman Proctor shares the perfect dummy drill for when you want to fine-tune your delivery while taking it easy.

“I have to say I’m getting a little older now and don’t love roping the dummy all the time. It’s always something that’s been very therapeutic for me but now it hurts! This drill goes out to you guys—you over-40 crowd—when your shoulder doesn’t feel like it used to.”

Watch “Team Roping Pro Tip: Focus On Your Delivery With This Dummy Drill” now:

More about Coleman Proctor:

Since turning pro in 2004, Coleman Proctor has qualified for the National Finals Rodeo seven times. In 2022, he finished sixth in the team roping (heading) world standings. Over the course of his career, Proctor has earned over $1.5 million in prize money, cementing his status as one of the top earners in the sport. Proctor, his wife, and two daughter live in Pryor, Oklahoma.

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