Making some changes here, for a few good reasons.
Posted these on some forums – about instilling anxiety in our training. That is a must to get the most out of training: injecting opposing will, a pain penalty, ambiguity, and decision making.
It’s not just about – can’t be just about – training technique.
Jeff Mau of Tenicor is a great guy, great shooter, seasoned tactician, and proponent of training realism, being an Insights instructor and ECQC alumnus – check out his site for pressure tested gear: www.tenicor.com
My training partner Mike has been rocking the Tenicor holster and raving about it, and I am told an appendix carry version is in the works. Check them out!
“The capacity to be strategic when facing unpredictability and to be emotionally in control – in addition to being able to use leverage and techniques in a creative way – is what empowers you.”
Rickson Gracie, in Feb/March 2018 Black Belt Magazine
Enjoyed this interview with Robert Keller at Tactical Life. Really nails some things with Image Making, firearms practice, and so-called stress exercises.
I need to train with this guy…
Establish your grip, see your sights, PRESS…
Another great day of training with Keith Tyler of Tyler Firearms Instruction.
I learn every time I train with Keith, whether in the privates I’ve taken or the group lessons or targeted team instruction. He’s a phenomenal resource to have on hand. His combination of practical application of sports performance theory and shooting performance drills speaks to the part of me that is aways asking “Why?”
Even when I should be probably be concentrating on the what and how…
What strikes me is that every time I learn from Keith, he’s learned. He is constantly training and studying to improve his discipline. He talked today of taking several months each off from doing any competing or teaching in order to engage in continuing education: reading, taking classes, experimenting with the teaching and views of others on high performance shooting to glean what he can. That he is a Grand Master Open class shooter notwithstanding, he is still growing his personal expression of the art.
And that’s another lesson I learned from him today….
These are great! The panoply of our human folly – both in how pop culture treats history and the truth behind the tales.
The story of Yasuke, the black samurai, is amazing!