• Separating Live Fire and Dry Fire Training for Safety
    3:16

    Rob Pincus talks about the necessity of separating your live fire training from dry fire training to avoid a tragic accident. When people switch back and forth between the two without a specific procedure, they run an unreasonable risk of pulling the trigger on a live gun when they did not intend to. See other…

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  • 8:15

    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…

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  • Dry Fire Presentation from your Holster & Reloads
    3:20

    Mike Hughes of Next Level Training demonstrates drawing from the holster or appendix carry. Instead of using a lot of power from the hips and core, he leads with the fingertips, minimizing unnecessary movement from the shoulders and neck and employing a relaxed, natural method of drawing. The draw should be practiced static, with movement,…

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  • Dry Fire Practice
    5:37

    Mike Hughes of Next Level Training is on the move in this video, presenting some of his favorite drills that can be done as dry fire practice: acceleration and deceleration drills. The basic concept is to get the body moving and then slow the body down so it is ready to shoot. Natural Motions In…

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  • Improvised Laser Training
    3:11

    Rob Pincus discusses the opportunity you have to train with a laser device with nothing more than improvised targets and some creativity when you can’t get to the range or find ammunition. “Training” doesn’t always have to mean live-fire “shooting.”

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