Reloads on Move

Scotti Files: Week 2; Session 2: Setting up and shooting.

Week two, training  fourth training session overall!  This training first addresses movement where Scotti trains decelerating into position and breaks a shot as soon as possible.  this
 

Mike Hughes' Vacation SIRT Dry Fire:

AM 20 min training. Ok it was raining, but it was about 70 degrees so not that rigorous. I was working on moving laterally without the crab walk. I find a lateral crab walk to be too bouncy and slow. I am working on gaining flexibility to turn the hips and walk and keep the upper triangle on target.

Train Hard. Train Smart.

- Mike Hughes

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Mike Hughes and Thomas Heckens demonstrate Cardio and Dry Fire Drills

This is an introduction on integrating dry fire and cardiovascular work. Walking on an incline works well were we can work draws, reloads, transition as well of course shooting on the move.
I personally can not do cardio anymore without dry firing. Actually dry firing has taken on a whole new dimension well beyond just rack the slide and click.
I don't drop a mag on the treadmill so I have to be sure I am diligent on hitting the mag release button.

Cardio and Dry Fire 2

This is a quick explanation on integrating dry fire and cardiovascular work. Walking on an incline works well were we can work draws, reloads, transition as well of course shooting on the move. This video discusses 81s which is a regimen for reloading the gun from a certain body position to another body position. Basically, there are 9 shooting positions based on rotating the body about the spine axis and the belly button axis. We have to be able to perform from different positions other than standing upright.

Tactical Fitness: American Hero Challenge Winners Show Their Training Techniques

2010 American Hero Challenge winners show how they integrate their pistolcraft with cardio training.

This training integrates SIRT training with cardiovascular work.

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