Warrior Expert Theory holds that the more frequently and realistically you train, the more likely you will be able to use the power of recognition to respond more efficiently during a dynamic critical incident. Frequent and repeated exposure over time is how you become an expert, and experts use the power of recognition, meaning they don’t have to think about something, they just know how to respond. Rob Pincus discusses this concept during a presentation at the 2015 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits.
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