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Posted on April 13, 2017 by in Tyler Grey

Tyler on Training: Prioritize Your Training

This week, Tyler talks about prioritizing your training.  At the end of the day, there is never enough time to train on everything you want.  There’s always more training and learning to be achieved.  And it’s not just a time restraint, but also a financial one, as we all know the cost of bullets, range fees, etc.  

“Never train something at the range that you can train at home”

Let’s talk about drawing from a concealed holster. To get the muscle memory needed to make that automatic and efficient, you will need to train this over and over again. This is a good example of something that you can do safely at home. Make sure you’re gun is unloaded, and practice drawing and dry firing at home. If you haven’t seen Tyler’s earlier videos on drawing from concealed you can watch them here or on our YouTube channel  Tyler does a great job of breaking down the concealed draw, and as you will see, sometimes the obvious is not so obvious. Keep training and stay safe!