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Training Versus Practice

Although the words have similar meanings, there is a difference between practice and training. For the purpose of gaining an understanding of and proficiency with a handgun for self-defense, we start with training. 776 more words

Handgun Training

Thursday Time Trial.

One of the biggest misconceptions about training is that you need to spend hours working out in order to see results. I think this leads a lot of people to believe that they don’t have the time to commit properly, so why bother starting in the first place. 377 more words

Fitness

Six Simple Tips For Productive Range Time

In our handgun classes, we make a point to encourage everyone to “budget” time and money for ongoing shooting practice. The responsibility of gun ownership includes familiarity–if not proficiency–with any gun we plan to shoot. 1,356 more words

Handgun Training

Stamina

Stamina

We work on our strength, conditioning, fundamentals, skills and stamina but do you also focus part of your preparation on developing your mental stamina. The key that separates evenly matched athletes at any level is their mental stamina. 65 more words

Training Tips

Training Tip #8: Bombs Away!

Barrington Hills, we came we climbed we conquered! We had lots of practice finding the right gears and cadence to climb up the hills and now it is time to learn how to enjoy the ride on the way back down. 808 more words

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Stress Management

Stress Management

If you have too much stress, both on and off the field, you will eventually upset your hormonal balance. “Eventually stress affects our entire metabolism and immune system.” You cannot ignore stress but you can manage it, especially outside of athletics. 65 more words

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