This week Ben and I talk about how you should have an abundance mindset when it comes to practice. You don’t have to fix everything all at once, so work on something for a while, and pick it up again later. Don’t get burned out doing 100 different things at once.
Gear that Doesn’t Suck
Doesn’t Suck. Here’s my review on it.
Plug of the Week
Marysville Monster Match: What do you think of this? 60rd stages, are they too much? It it cool? Let us know in the comments:
Dryfire Drill of the Week
Not really a drill, but something I’ve been working on anyways. At most USPSA matches the starting position will be “toes on marks outside the shooting area” or “heels on marks inside the shooting area” or something to that effect. Basically, I find myself starting stages with my feet relatively close together and needing to take a step somewhere as soon as the buzzer goes off. In practice I’ve been working mostly static draws forever, so this week I cut a piece of 3/4″ PVC pipe that is long enough that I can sort of wedge across my hallway where I practice, and I’ve been using it for practicing start positions. It’s interesting, you should give it a try.