The only experience that will benefit you is the successful or unsuccessful attempt of a specific plan. Indecision confuses the brain. When approaching targets you have never seen make a plan and execute it and most of all be decisive about what you are going to do and do it. If successful repeat if unsuccessful change something. Even if successful if you are not decisive with a specific plan it is of no benefit. If you are decisive and fail it is of great benefit because you no what will not work.
We see begining shooters not making a plan and that prolongs their learning of how to improve. improvement is about making the plan and shooting the plan and letting the score take care of it self. The more caught up in The plan you become the more the plan becomes clearer and clearer and the better and easier the preload becomes and the better you shoot. the brain myst have a clear picture of what you are asking it to do before you call pull and the clearer the picture the easier it is to replicate it or repair it….GA