Background: "Flow states" are so highly desirable, both for the individual student and the teacher. Conditions in which flow happens are considered in the literature by an improved level of challenges, a feeling of control adapted to the learner, a touch of imaginary, and feedback of the system.
Methods: The study is a descriptive type with single cross sectional design. The purposive sampling technique has been used to select the sample of the study. The sample of 22 subjects which consist of 11 male and 11 female Indian rifle and pistol shooters.
Results: It has been found that Indian shooters showed more scores on dispositional scale. Indian shooters show more mean on challenge-skill balance, merging of action and awareness, clear goals, unambiguous feedback, concentration on the task at hand, sense of control, loss of self-consciousness, and transformation of time, autotelic experience and total FSS-2 scale.
Conclusions: Correlation based on dispositional flow scale and its item: players showed significant and positive correlation among FSS-2, DFS-2 and its items. Total dispositional flow scale and Total flow state scale scores of the players increases with increases of items.