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Training Tip of the Day 18-13 Relaxed Versus Tensed Movements

Training Tip of the Day 18-13 Relaxed Versus Tensed Movements. I was a range officer at a shooting completion recently. The stage I was at included a mandatory reload. One thing I noticed with a lot of shooters that struggled during the reload, was that their movements were extremely tense, they were flexed, jerky, and clearly not smooth in their movements. As a result, several seconds of valuable time were wasted. At a class this past weekend, I took the time to remind the students that SMOOTH IS FAST. Many of us who train hear those words all the time, but still resort back to bad habits of tense, rushed movements, especially when time is a concern. Smooth, relaxed movements build solid, repeatable, usable skills. Train hard and be safe friends. My next concealed carry course is Sunday, May 20 and whether or not you’ve taken the course before, come training with me! Also, FUNDAMENTAL HANDGUN MASTERY is available now on Amazon in paperback or E book and I LOVE seeing the reviews that are coming in daily!-Tyson 

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