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  1. I'd like to increase my foot speed and general awareness of where my feet are so I'm not always looking down for stage boundaries. I tend to look down before I stop to see where to plant my feet. What drills/techniques would help me?
  2. I have recently completed my 2011 build and am getting into the groove as to the differing grip angle, getting used to flicking the safety on and off, and dealing with having a literal hammer versus striker fired. Has anyone found any skills they overlooked when also transitioning that I could incorporate in to my dry-fire and live fire regime?
  3. Hello all! Thanks for taking the time to check out my Training Log! I got my Carry Optics Nationals confirmation email today! Time to create a log to hold myself accountable and hopefully get some feedback from time to time. A quick about me: I'm in my mid-30s, I've spend most of my adult life shooting guns in some capacity or another. I joined USPSA in 2010 after while living in Hawaii, but only shot a few matches before life issues required me to move back to mainland US and forego any hobbies. Fast forward to the end of 2015, life has finally settled and I'm in a place where I need a positive outlet to focus myself and I decided that I want to give the sport a real go. This journal will serve as a place to discuss my training, match performance, and mental management strategies as I progress. 2016 Performance Goals: - Be able to consistently shoot 90% of the available match points - Make B Class - Shoot in a major match 2016 Training Goals: - 3 hours of dry fire per week - 1 live fire session per week - 12,000+ rounds fired I am currently shooting a G34 in Production, Unclassified. I've shot 3 classifiers that are not currently in the database and should make me a middle-C when the numbers are run this month. I have a Carry Optics G34 slide and RMR on order which will be here sometime around the end of April or early May. My RMR'd G19 slide should be here within the next 2 weeks. Over the next couple of days, I will provide a few summary posts of my training and matches to date, and then I will start giving regular updates about my successes, failures, and lessons learned. I greatly appreciate feedback from the benos universe as I progress on my journey. - Alex
  4. I tried searching through the forums and couldn't find anything, so I'm hoping for some suggestions or for someone to point me to the right direction. What type of diary or training log do you keep, if any? I would like to start writing down and keeping track of my training sessions, but I'm at a loss as to what I should record. I tried keeping an excel spreadsheet with drill, time, and hits, but that soon became unwieldy and didn't provide the feedback I was looking for. This training is mostly for USPSA. Any guidance or assistance would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Ben Stoeger’s 2-Day USPSA Competition Class December 6-7 Basic Skills and Drills December 13-14 Advanced Class To register for the class, contact Raul Sotelo Ransen0930@msn.com 5042891150 Instructor: Ben Stoeger is a USPSA Production Grand Master, having numerous Section, Area, and National Championship wins. Ben is the current and three-time USPSA Production National Champion. Author of newly publish book "Skills and Drills" and "Dry-Fire Training". Location: PACLEB RANCH is located at: 3043 E.School Road, Bellville, TX 77418 GPS Coordinates: Lat: 29.999099 Lon: -96.126976 Time: Starts at 8 a.m. and will run until about 4 p.m. both days. Cost: $350 Basic Class, Limited to Max 12 $550 Advance Class, Max 8. Need to be a Solid B class, or Attended Ben Basic Class. Ammo: Expect to shoot somewhere between 800 -1,000 rounds. Bring extra. Curriculum and Class Size Limit - Basic Class: There is a class size limit of 12 students. (a minimum of 8 registered students is needed to hold the class) The curriculum for the class will be as follows: USPSA Techniques (this will consist mostly of specialized movement techniques) Moving Targets Stage Breakdown/Analysis Practice Tips and Techniques High Speed Accuracy Preparation for Major Matches + anything people request to be added The format of the class consists of one day of intensive work on technique. The first half day will cover USPSA fundamentals. The second half of the first day will cover more advanced USPSA techniques. The second day will consist of a Shooting and Breaking down stages. Ben will assist and critique each student on every stage in regards to technique. The second half of the day will be devoted to working on Technique and improving stage times. This class is geared towards anyone interested in shooting USPSA matches. LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED BOTH DAYS Curriculum and Class Size Limit - Advanced Class: 2 days of intense training. Bring 1000-1500 ammo. Extra won't hurt.