The objective with dry-fire training is to do it in short increments throughout the day. Distributed learning works orders of magnitude better for motor neuron learning than block learning. Mike Hughes of Next Level Training shows how he grabs short blocks of time while at work or at home and does his dry-fire practice. Safety protocol is stressed.
See other videos in our Dryfire Training Drills training module:
- Part 1. Separating Live Fire and Dry Fire Training for Safety
- Part 3. Dry Fire Presentation from Your Holster & Reloads
- Part 4. Acceleration and Deceleration Drills During Dry Fire Practice
- Part 5. Improvised Laser Training