September 8-9, 2018
Nolatac Training Center
11075 Nicolle Blvd
Avondale, Louisiana 70094
Phone: (504) 90-1081
8AM-4 PM, we will break for about an hour around noon. Pack a lunch, drinks and snacks for the day.
$400, payment guarantees your slot, no refunds if the class takes place.
Price includes range fee and credit card processing charge (shipping)
12 students per class
Explosive movement, shooting on the move with a hitch step, lean/drop step, position exit/entry, stage programming, the movement portion of transitions, USPSA specific skills, how to prevent and recover from a fall.
Side note: I recommend taking Ibuprofen, stretching, and drinking plenty of fluids the day before the class in order to prevent injury and to get the most out of it.
We shoot rain, shine or hurricane, so bring weather appropriate gear, sunscreen, bug spray, etc. Plenty of extra ammo, extra mags, mag brush, a spare gun if you have it, sight adjustment tools for your gun, any gun repair items/replacement parts you may need, squib rod, etc. We’ve had students lose their front sight on many occasions, so bring an extra if you’ve got it! You are going to shoot enough rounds that you will probably have to clean your gun after the first day, so bring your gun cleaning kit! Prepare for the worst, hope for the best.
You are responsible for your own safety as well as the safety of those around you. Please stay alert and follow range rules. Be sure to wear eye protection and hearing protection.
I have been coaching the top shooters in the world, along with many other competitive shooters in efficient movement for the past six years. Upon observing USPSA in 2010, my degree in science led me to wonder why shooters moved the way they did because it was so different than any other sport I’ve ever seen. I tested proven movement techniques from other sports on top shooters over a matter of years to see what translated and what did not.
After 2 years of research, I began to teach movement classes all over the world. The research is continuous, and I am always searching for newer and better techniques to add to my training regimen. I have trained and am currently training the IPSC/USPSA National Champions in multiple countries. We are one of the only sports that does not typically use coaches. I am one of the first.
I am a movement coach, not a shooting coach. However, shooting does affect how you move, so we will be shooting live ammo. If you are having issues with shooting fundamentals, we can correct that, but the focus is not on “shooting skill”. It is on incorporating efficient movement into your shooting. All of my students have seen a significant improvement in their stage times.