PDN Training Talk: December 1, 2016

Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information – and this was another information-packed episode!

On this show:

Andy Loeffler shared what happens to your visual system under stress and why you may not see what you think you’ll see

Joshua Gideon talked the future of training and using technology to enhance your preparedness

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One Response to “PDN Training Talk: December 1, 2016”

  1. kevinrhoton

    Great discussion with Andy and the visual system under stress! To Grant's point, I was one of those that thought "why wouldn't you want to bring your gun up at least to your peripheral to reload?" But that segment really hit home and made me understand. Very interesting that students still tried to load the blue gun even when looking right at it! I can totally see that! It reminds me of the danger of tunnel vision and realize the brain's limitation on processing information under stress. Thanks! Oh, and Josh, your segment was good too. :-)