Back in World War II it was the RAF’s strategy to encourage fighter pilots to regularly practice clay pigeon shooting. These men would fly fighters passing each other at combined speeds of in excess of 700 mph, so any activity which encouraged them to be able to judge a moving target so that their shot could intercept the enemy aircraft was useful. Targets sports can be used today to improve aim, both on a moving target and the hand eye coordination of a static target. It would be useful to sports people as well, including footballers and others who have to have good judgement of distance and range.
I’m sure some sales managers would like to work on their team’s ability to hit their targets.